A pair of helpers dumping and leveling soil at NA MacEachern P.S. Am I seeing double?
Students and teachers get their food garden ready on Earth Day at NA MacEachern P.S.
Students dig and rake at one of the Earth Day stations at NA MacEachern P.S.
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Having fun isn’t hard, when you’ve got a garden in your schoolyard! (And some great classmates to build it with – at NA MacEachern P.S.).
Students enjoying the fruits of their labour at Blair Road P.S.
Raised garden beds ready to be filled at Blair Road P.S.
Students, teachers, and volunteers work to fill their new garden at Blair Road P.S.
The Blair Outdoor and Environmental Education Centre facilitates groups of students from across the WRDSB and was excited to add an Indigenous food garden to their many educational resources.
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Someone found a worm! Blair Road P.S.
The only thing better than seeing your veggies grow, is getting a chance to eat them! Harvest time at Riverside P.S.
Students at Owl Child Care Centre – John Sweeney are taking responsibility and showing good teamwork while watching their garden grow.
Can I help? A young gardener helping out at Owl Child Care Centre – John Sweeney.
Rooftop oasis greenhouse at Resurrection C.S.S.
High school student finishing up a garden bed at Resurrection C.S.S.
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Students at Grand River C.I are ready to put in some hard work to make their garden come to life!
Students from St. Bernadette C.S. feeling grateful for their top up of soil two years after their initial garden build.
Glenview Park S.S. is one of few schools who opted to build an in-ground garden, as opposed to one with raised beds. Here, a few generous educators volunteer their time to build it.
Fabulous find at Riverside P.S.
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A student in Grade 4 at Jean Steckle P.S. helps to design where and what to plant in their garden.
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A group of students work with volunteers to construct the wooden garden frames for Jean Steckle P.S.