Category Archives: Garden Protocol

Spring Planting in the Garden

Students work to weed out the garden and plant new crops.

Ever wondered what those stakes were doing in the garden? How about those hay bales? Or the new ditches near the compost bins? The Sustainable Life club has worked hard to get this season’s crop planted this spring and ready to harvest when we come back to school in September. We have dug those ditches, pitched the stakes, and laid the hay bales in order to learn a little about agriculture and make salsa at the beginning of the school year.

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About the Garden

Harvesting Compost

The vision for these gardens is to grow food crops using organic, sustainable methods.

Raised beds have benefits-

  • Grow food everywhere by building good soil up, even in marginal areas
  • Reduce compaction by walking around the plantings, not on the soil- more oxygen for roots!
  • Extend the growing season- soil warms up earlier in the spring
  • Allows for good drainage

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