Farm to School + Weed Walk

Farm to School + Weed Walk

Part One: Farm to School

…There's constant feedback to give and questions to answer, and it's fun to approach a project like that with different eyes.  They comment on the itchy weeds among the chard, notice bugs I'd overlook, and show off almost every leaf they find to harvest.  Forget the cartload of chard we delivered at the end of the day.  The whole process is a stream of victories.

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Garden education partners

Chances are, there's at least one or two like-minded organizations in your city or town-- whether it's a network like this, a single project connecting kids to gardens, or a local school that's trying to revive and maintain an old abandoned garden.  There are so many ways to support this push toward nature- and garden-based education, so many avenues to awaken people's minds and hearts to the pure delight of seeing seeds sprout and grow and produce roots, leaves, stalks, buds and fruit that we can EAT.  I invite you to look into it, try it out, make some new friends in farmy places.  

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