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Our garden projects were started last year and have been making strides this academic year. Our garden bed for the cafeteria project has been delivered just this week. One of our balcony gardens is flourishing and we are in the works of fundraising and collecting donations of reusable containers and supplies for the remainder of our gardens, including a butterfly garden. A sub-committee of the MET's Environmental Committee to has been set up to over see the project.
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The project will provide a safe space for our students with disabilities. The goal is for the students with disabilities to work collaboratively with the leadership class. Students will be allowed class time to work on the project though the school year all while building on their social skills!
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We will plant peppers, dill, squash, etc.
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We will be repurposing the existing green spaces on our new school campus and replanting the areas with drought-resistant greenery. We will also be learning how to grow vegetables seasonally in our existing garden boxes.
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The project, in alignment with the National Park Service's 'A Call to Action' and 'Healthy Parks, Healthy People' initiatives, will incorporate youth and community members to establish (and more importantly, have access to) a free, healthy alternative to unhealthy foods.
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Build raised garden beds at our main branch so members will have a hands-on experience growing their own plants and learning about gardening and vegetables.
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Each class in our school will take turns cleaning and preparing the ground, planting the seeds, weeding the garden, and watering the garden.
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The children will plants seeds and water them and eventually be able to eat what they have grown! We will share the fruits of our labor with our community. Also, we will learn ways to recycle water and not waste it! Needed to start: planting soil, seeds or small plants, watering cans, gardening tools!

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