Tired of your waste bin smelling of vomit? Try this on.
The keyhole gets moved.
∞ Summarizing... Since the last post of this project mid-February, my job has been all but done. Kids learned about healthy soil, how it holds water, and how organics work their magic. They also learned about seeds and their amazing power to harness the sun to make food for our energy needs. The only thing … Continue reading School Gardens Update: ‘Summer’izing
Week 4...Still going!
Earlier this week, I presented a soil unit Power Point for 150 elementary school kids to get ready to start up the school gardens for spring. I could never have predicted how urban children would react to the world beneath their feet. After we collected cafeteria veggie waste from each of five different grades at … Continue reading Update: School Gardens
Scratching my 'get dirty' itch with 150 kids. Come see!
A candid note to my kids and to their successful future.
Watch this video that I recently discovered of Dr. Deb Tolman about her keyhole gardening concept. I'm already a believer, but it's time to get my garden up and running! This is just the fire I need.
Caring for soil is easier to do than micro-managing the whole garden. Here is how I spend an hour in the heat of summer to get the soil ready for fall planting.
The old swing set finds new purpose in an old/new space.