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This project would offer a good environment while pleasing the eyes of walking traffic and providing a visual beautiful eatable in the courtyard.
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I have already created the flower beds where I will plant my herb garden. It already has been weeded and sprayed for fire ants, it just needs small gravel for adequate water drainage and new soil that is healthier and adapted specifically for herbs. Then, I will plant my herbs! I have not yet researched the different climate/soil needs each plant will require, so I have yet to finalize the list for the seeds that I need to purchase. My tentative list of plants is basil, cilantro, oregano, parsley, rosemary, and possibly even sage or dill. It all depends on the different needs of the plants, as the area I am planting in is mostly shady, and the Texas "winter" is coming in a few months. Knowing these things, the list could either get shorter or longer. Once I plant my seeds, I will water them every day, track my progress, and wait for them to grow to maturity!
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We bought a tomato plant, two types of lettuce plants, and two types of mint plants and planted them in Mackenzie's side yard. We use organic soil with manure in it and organic fertilizer. We will keep watering and fertilizing the plants and hopefully they will grow!
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Our project will grow flowers, crops, and provide students with opportunities to design and develop new ideas. The students' designs and ideas are all discussed and implemented through their special classes such as tech ed, art, PE, Family Consumer Science, and Library Science.
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"Basicly Blackberies" is the first phase of establishing our school's Edible Schoolyard. As we secure funding, we are going to incorporate as many edible plants and fruit/nut trees as possible. This project will transforming the sterile academic landscape into a vibrant organic food oasis.
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Our project will teach youth about agriculture, local plants, and help them develop gardening skills. It will produce food and flowers for the participants and their family. We will plant and maintain a community garden that participants and community members can contribute resources and volunteer hours. The youth and family members will take turns throughout the planting season to tend to and maintain the gardens.
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For this project we will purchase a compost machine and have all of schools lunch remnants turned into nutrient rich compost for the garden. We will plant new flowers as well as fruits, berries, and vegetables. We will also be putting together a hydroponic garden. All of the food that is grown will be open to the public to be taken as needed. We will do all of this with the help of the Key Club community.
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We will grow a community garden at our recreation center so people can have access to some healthy food. We will also teach them how to garden if they like.
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We will plant a salad garden consisting of tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, and basil with elementary school kids to teach them how to grow things for themselves.
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We want to prepare our school's garden beds for spring planting and prune overgrowth in our butterfly garden. We also need to mulch around our trees and plant 4 new trees on campus. We will hold a garden work day on March 25 from 9-12.

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