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Yoga in the Garden

 

 

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First Garden Work Day of the School Year

 

 

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Cooking in the Garden: Vegetable and Herb Pasta

 

 

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Fall is Here!

With it, new classes and new garden plots! The students are back in school bringing great energy into the garden.

Since we're blessed with LA seasons, the children are having a hard time figuring out what "Fall" crops are (I'm sure most LA adults too!). We have been putting great efforts into teaching them which veggies are great to grow in this season. Additionally, the students have been working hard to planning the layout of their classroom gardens, weeding, laying out new soil and compost, and planting seeds in their classroom gardens. So far, we've planted beets, broccoli, brussell sprouts, turnips, radishes, peas, cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, chives, lettuce, blueberries, strawberries (isn't LA weather great?), and kale.

The turnips and peas are already starting to make their way above ground. I'll post pictures of it soon!

 

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Welcome to GSF's blog

This site will be dedicated to keeping folks updated on what is going on at GSF. We will put up everything from notices of upcoming events to light-hearted musings on, and photos of, the day-to-day in our garden classrooms. We'd also like this site to be a place where the reader can get information on the other school garden projects in L.A. If you're involved with such a project, and would like us to post on what is happening with it, we'd be more than happy to. We hope that this site will become a hub for the community of school gardens, where members share their thoughts and concerns. To that end, we will frequently have guest bloggers from the community write entries on whatever is on their minds. We look forward to your readership and your comments.

Yours,

Roots1

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