Harvesting compost for the garden last week.
We made vegetable wontons last week.
Here we have peer learning amongst sixth graders.
The second grade girls at Manzanita pose with a beautiful garlic that they grew.
Harvests and washes this years first crop of red potatoes.
Here shown turning compost into a garden bed by the shade house.
About protein and how they choose the foods in their diet.
Chopping vegetables for the rainbow salad that we enjoyed on Tuesday.
Helping to create the pumpkin patch.
Is shown here enjoying freshly harvested fenel from the Aliso campus garden.
Enjoy the fruits of their labor. Today we transplanted heirloom tomatoes and moved one of our raised beds.
Work hard removing soil from one of the gardens raised beds.
We found a Pacific tree frog while visiting the composting systems in the lower garden.
The fourth graders learn about soil life as they watch red worms deciding which soil they prefer.
Cassius enjoys some red lettuce and learns about garden spiders.
Jake and Maya of the nursery class at Aliso have different reactions to to fresh red lettuce from the garden.
Curly leaf Kale. Swiss chard, Lacinato Kale, Beet greens and curly leaf lettuce from Willowbrook.
Demonstrates the latest in garden fashion during recess. Her hat was designed and constructed of spent borage flowers by Vanesa of Frau Iris's class.
Starting off as seeds and ending as flowers performing the seed dance.
Frau Sylvia's klasse finishing rihht after the seed dance.
Showing off some of the fruits of all of the 2nd grades good work in the garden. They helped harvest turnips and cat nip.
They and the garden are the better for it.
practiced bringing on their first rains.
The fifth grade class experimented with different sized materials to give their rain sticks just the right sound.
The first graders made bottle/jar gardens.
Miss Iris' class harvesting borage seeds from the garden for next year.
Miss Liz's class feeds cauliflower leaves to the chickens at the Aliso campus.
The nursery class at the Aliso campus learns about ocean food chains.
Miss Bree's class sketches our garden ecosystems.
Frau Anita's class continued harvesting our mustard greens and arugula. While the other students harvested radish and seeded.
Frau Heather's class specifically designed and assembled flowers for different pollinators
Here we see Mr Dermots fifth graders harvesting this years turnips.
Today the fifth graders harvested rinsed and put on display turnips, mustard greens and arugula before they headed up to the schools kitchen.