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Deal Post by Nancy Randolph

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Question Post by Benjamin MacNeille

Which have been the most successful trees to plant around your garden? Has the shade they provide helped certain vegetables over others?
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Photo Post by Rajni Nair

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Imagine Desert West is excited to be transforming this space into some raised beds where our children can create and explore and learn! We will share more pictures later in the semester!
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Photo Post by Stacey Bomsta

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This is our Peace Garden! We hope to extend and grow the edible gardening program!
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Photo Post by Laura Combs

Hi gardeners. I am a principal in Avondale, Az. I was approached by three students who wanted to start a nature and garden club at our school. That same day, this grant came across my desk. I am so excited to bring this to our school-Rancho Santa Fe Elementary.  
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Photo Post by Mary Koch

Hi fellow gardeners!  I am excited to begin a school garden at Highland Elementary in Mesa, AZ.  I am in the process of applying for grant assistance and will soon be breaking ground to start a spring garden.  I have attached a picture of our plan.  The area is empty, flat and full of sun!  I look forward to hearing about your experiences in the garden and any comments you may have and wisdom to share! 
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Photo Post by Amy Bird

One of the things we've started at Desert Marigold School is an annual event to celebrate the garden. Our second annual Mad Hatter Garden Tea Party is coming up on February 22 and we're really excited about it. We're very fortunate to have a wonderful local business sponsor working with us - Wisdom Nectar Tea -  and one of the activities we'll be offering is tea blending using some of the herbs we grow in the garden. It's made a big difference for us to realize that in addition to inviting our community to come work in our garden, it's really important to invite our community to come play and celebrate - and eat! - in the garden. We're specifically using the event to help raise funds for an outdoor kitchen that will be able to support a  whole host of other community events.
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Deal Post by Nancy Randolph

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Photo Post by Nick Burge

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Our school, Country Gardens Charter School is so excited to become a part of this great network.We are located in Laveen, AZ.  Last year students created a garden with recycled tires, pallets and concrete. They painted all the items then created a pleasing garden area with beautiful plants. We do not have any fruit or vegetable gardens at the present and hope to build raised bed gardens this spring. --Nick Burge, Science Director
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Photo Post by Michael Trad

It will be along haul for our small rural school. The students have the gumption, place, and are learning the know how. It will be a great place to visit, learn and be a part of the land in other ways than just looking out at beautiful Arizona sunsets. There is much enthusiasm towards their garden goal. 
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