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Fresh, local strawberries coming to seven Metro Schools cafeterias in May

Metro Schools is bringing more local, fresh produce to student lunches. The district has expanded its Farm to School pilot program during the strawberry harvest season as part of its U.S. 449 more words

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Praying Mantises by SB&LM

Today we let go of our baby praying mantises. We put them in our greenhouse in the carrots and lettuce plant bed. Then, we put them with the broccoli and peas outside in the garden. 65 more words

That's rad-ish!

Today on this chilly and partly sunny day in April, we planted some carrots, radishes, and arugula. Because we have had issues with carrot flies, stray cats digging up the beds, and birds searching the soil for seeds, we decided to cover the beds with a cloche, or a hoop tunnel. 37 more words

What to plant in a salsa garden By Nina Atkisson and Connor Hartley:)

Need something to do in the summer? Need a homemade side dish for picnics and BBQ.  I think making a salsa garden is the way to go and I’m here to tell you what you need to get started. 142 more words

Chicken by SB

During class on March 30th, we took chicken outside in the green house. We saw that pill bugs were starting to infest our bed of carrots and lettuce. 129 more words

Local school takes part in Farm to School movement

Inside of St. Catherine’s Greek Orthodox Church in Ithaca, high school students surround a food prep counter, watching as their teacher explains how to properly mix the ingredients for doughnuts. 649 more words

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Pea transplants

Today on this marvelous March day, RSSA (regularly scheduled student activity) students and myself transplanted snap peas from individual containers in the Greenhouse to garden bed 2. 208 more words