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Needing Ideas


I am the project coordinator for the Westlake, LA Community Garden.  We are
looking for ideas to get school age children involved with the garden.

Several school clubs will have plots at the garden when it opens in March.
The horticulture club at one school will be using their plots for testing
tomatoes and roses.  We will be using stepping stones in part of the garden
made by the elementry students from one of our schools.  I've also made
arrangements to involve students in starting seedlings and taking soil

So far those are the only ideas we could come up with.  Any additional ideas
would be greatly appreciated.

Monique Farris

community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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