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From seed to burger...the incredible journey! Keeping kids fingers dirty in the schoolyard!

Project Pickle is a Backyard Cooperative partnership with the Delta School District , and Kwantlen University

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Gibson Elementary Garden Club

Lots going on with the garden club today. We added some compost and red wigglers to our compost bed, planted daffodils and pulled the remaining vines. A beautiful day to be outside!

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Yet more Daffs in the ground to support the Canadian Cancer Society.

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Clean up

Lots of hard work on a chilly but lovely morning at the Pebble Hill Tradional School farm.


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Dirty fingers

Lots going on this week as school farms are transitioning and preparing for winter. There is plenty of prep to do for wintering and the kids are having a blast.

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No Dressing Required!

The kids are having fun learning about the taste profiles of the food they have been growing.

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I managed to get the last of the the tomatoes in to a sauce with some other backyard goodies.

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Kale and Chard salad for lunch

Lots of fun at McClosky elementary yesterday! The kids harvested some of their Kale and Chard for a tasty salad.

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School farms

This is another batch odf Arugula on the grow at one of the farms. The Huffington post wrote a good article on #schoolfarms earlier in the year.

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Fun afternoon at McCloskey elementary

A little cleanup followed up by some spud harvesting and daffodil planting today

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"BATS" salad for lunch yesterday

Bacon, arugula, tomatoes and strawberries make up the "BATS" salad. Fifty kids at English Bluff elementary enjoyed the fruits (and vegetables) of their labour.

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