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Photo Post by Barbara Halden

After 3 years of planning, Arcadia High School just finished the raised garden beds of the first phase. As soon as the soil is in, students will start planting and continue fundraising to get the rest of the garden beds in.
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Photo Post by Barbara Halden

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Ingleside Middle School just harvested hibiscus calyxes to dry for tea and -----taste:)
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Status Post by Trish McCarty

StarShine Academy, a K-12 Charter School located in the Discovery Triangle in downtown Phoenix, AZ began in 2002, around a community garden called The Mustard Seed Garden. Our garden needs immediate Spring Cleaning, Planting and Garden Raising (like Barn Raising.) On April 7, this Tuesday at 5:00PM we will host a public volunteer meeting at the school at 3535 E McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85008 to decide teams to volunteer on Wednesday, April 8 beginning at 8A.M. to 10A.M. with another final clean-up crew to work between 4P.M. and 6P.M.  Please come to meet us on Tues at 5:00 and help us for a few hours on Wed. We have a ball and will work with the students, teachers and parents on Wed. Thank you. Trish McCarty, Founder and President www.starshineacademy.org
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Photo Post by Marie Twist

Our plants are growing!  Beans, carrots, radishes, and more crammed into our little pots.  :)  Hoping to expand this spring to some raised beds for our Urban Gardening club.  What's thriving in your school gardens right now?   www.systemschools.org
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Status Post by Barbara Halden

At Ingleside Middle School we currently have an abundance of greens, herbs, radishes and kohlrabi, so our students decided to start selling thier produce not only at the local farmers market, but also to staff  and teachers of the school. The money will be used to buy transplants and seeds for the upcoming spring planting.
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Photo Post by Barbara Halden

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Ingleside Middle School students are having a great time selling their produce at  local farmers market.
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Deal Post by Nancy Wilkinson

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Photo Post by Nancy Wilkinson

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At ANLC we have multiple outdoor classroom gardens and planters.  As part of our garden program, we invite local chefs to create recipes with the students.  Pictured here is Eric Mai from the Parlor making veggie spring rolls with the students.  Most of the ingredients came from our own gardens.  You can see one of our gardens in the background. Yum!    
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Status Post by Rebekah Kienenberger

Arete Prep Academy's first-ever garden is under way.
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