I have a question. I have been told at a new school I am volunteering at that the school principal will not let the kids eat or take home the apples grown on the school site. Says if anyone gets sick they are liable. I am sure they are grown organically. I have researched and assume I need to call the district to find out. The weird thing is, they have planted fruit trees and grow veggies, and the kids eat the veggies. If they support a school garden, they should be able to eat it too! Does not make sense. I assume maybe we need to educate the principal so she knows this is OK? Any input would be appreciated, including the legalities around this problem. THANK YOU!
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Super Bowl 2018: time, channel, live stream and how to watch online
One of the biggest days of the year is coming for football fans and for those who pretend to care about sports for a day: the Super Bowl. Super Bowl 52 (or LII, for those who prefer Roman numerals) will be airing on NBC on Sunday, February 4, at 6:30 pm Eastern time, 3:30 pm Pacific time. In case you've ...
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Super Bowl 2018: How to watch the big game online. ... Super Bowl LII is here, and it’s almost time to join millions of Americans in watching the Philadelphia Eagles challenge the reigning champions, the New England Patriots, for football supremacy. ... Ordinarily, you’d need a cable ...
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It was 13 years ago when the Patriots and Eagles first met in a Super Bowl. If you've been waiting ever since for the rematch of Super Bowl XXXIX, you are in luck. The Patriots, of course, won 20-17 in that contest at the conclusion of the 2004 season, although the game wasn't as close as the final score ...
Here's How You Can Stream The 2018 Super Bowl Live - Vulture
I am looking for a wholesale nursery around the Sacramento / Placerville area that we can buy seedling vegetable plants at for a garden fundraiser. Over the last two years we have sold seedling heirloom tomatoes plants, different varieties of cucumbers, squash and peppers but this year we just don't have the greenhouse space to grow what is needed. Does anyone have a wholesaler that would sell us seedlings at at discount?
i would really appreciate a recommendation.
Rescue Elemenatry School - Garden
Seeking information, good or bad, regarding using recycled tires as garden planters in the school garden.
Are there any schools within California using recycled tires as planters?
Any specific research found regarding tires in the garden?
All of my research leads me to tire mulch in the playground.
Garden Coordinator, Camino Elementary School
We're hoping to turn a piece of our schoolyard here in Tempe, Arizona into a citrus orchard with oranges, grapefruit, limes, lemons, and kumquat trees! Here is a picture of the site, currently our compost-dop locale for the adjacent school garden. Looking forward to seeing if we receive the 2016 Arizona Edible School Garden Grant!
I am interested in applying for your gardening grant. My school is in the Mesa School District and is designed for preschool aged children with special needs. We have had our garden for 3 years and its made a big impact on our young students and our community. I know your grant is for K-12 programs, but I was wondering if you'd make an exception in our case? For more information you can contact my principal Allen Quie at 480-472-3975. Thank you
Jordan Center for Early Education
I'm wondering how everyone is changing your planting and summer dormancy plans to cope with the drought. We just installed irrigation, which would allow us to cover crop or raise a few key plants over the summer, but I'm also concerned about not using too much water. On the other hand, we need to keep some water going in the beds to prevent the crusting and dust bowl conditions we have faced for years when we come back in the fall. I am really undecided how to manage this garden this summer. Thoughts?
Does anyone have a great hand water pump like the old fashion ones that they have had success with at an elementary school? If so where did you get it and maybe the link if possible.
Thanks in advance.
I am doing an action research project with a maker model concept. I'm looking for resources, input or ideas. My project in a nutshell is simply this. Will having high school students in my classroom, creating an automated garden, give them an understanding and appreciation for sustainability. Looking for any research or ideas on this. I was going to have my students create any type of garden they wanted using technology to self water and regulate soil needs. The food would be used in our cafeteria. I came across this website and thought there might be someone out there that had some ideas or literature I could look at.
Hello, does anyone know of any resources describing California DSA Accessibility Requirements related to school gardens? We have a 7-year old middle school garden that our district administration plans to demolish (relocate), and they have said "accessibility and safety concerns" are the primary reasons for abandoning the current site. While we have been able to find ADA standards that govern state & local government requirements for public garden spaces, we have not been able to find additional information related to DSA -- any help from the community would be most welcome!