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Projects Wish List

If you are looking for a great scout project we have some ideas for you.

shade structures

signage for the garden

compost bin on wheels

Contact Mrs. Burdick-Rutz if you're interested or if you have some other ideas.

Working Working the proposal growind the food best in bloom arrival of 14 tons and 12 boulders making it level

Voting for garden spots

Gardening Schedule

 

Celebrating the Great Oak Garden

Year 6

Gardening 2016-2017

 

 

Every Wednesday after school from 2:40-3:30

Come and be part of the club or just lend a hand for community service hours.

Meet in room 504 or go straight out.

Working every Wednesday by the end of the school year you’ll have 36 hours of community service.

 

 

 

Nominations

To be nominated for a garden club elected position please see the following link and put your name down under the title you would like to run for.  

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfo_FkgAMw35UtmUOfdh4JTCoV874PkFWatKbgF4aTfajeCMQ/viewform

 

 

Donations Always Needed

  We would love any help that can be given for rakes, shovels, and clippers.  You can drop them at the front off in care of Mrs. Burdick-Rutz or just come and see un Wednesdays after school in the garden.  Used is always great.

Moving Rocks Working The founding students Frank our Contractor Early Morning Washing Rocks- Yes we did. Power in number Making a path The early days It's getting hot We have water and plants! Justin- Our PhD at UCR to teach us about soil. Stump Removal Team Effort Almost out Path making Water Brigde Mr. White and the  Machine Working The entry way The first plant Planting the first plant by Nick Laying out the beds Another stump removal working Bed 16 First bed done! and a river runs through it Even the  rain can't keep us away growing The beds growing Working Frank our Contractor Early Morning Washing Rocks- Yes we did. The early days Power in number It's getting hot We have water and plants! Justin- Our PhD at UCR to teach us about soil. Stump Removal Making a path Team Effort Almost out Path making Water Brigde Mr. White and the  Machine The entry way The first plant Planting the first plant by Nick Laying out the beds Another stump removal Rototiling working Bed 16 First bed done! and a river runs through it Even the  rain can't keep us away The beds growing Our first harvest of Cilantro by Mrs. Maceyka Cactus donation Our Compost Pile Tree Removal Tree Removal The first growing lettuce Moving Rocks The Planning Days Working The founding students Frank our Contractor Early Morning Washing Rocks- Yes we did. The early days Power in number It's getting hot We have water and plants! Justin- Our PhD at UCR to teach us about soil. Stump Removal Making a path Team Effort Almost out Path making Water Brigde Mr. White and the  Machine Working The entry way The first plant Planting the first plant by Nick Laying out the beds Laying out the beds Another stump removal Rototiling working Bed 16 First bed done! and a river runs through it Even the  rain can't keep us away growing The beds growing Our first harvest of Cilantro by Mrs. Maceyka Cactus donation Our Compost Pile Tree Removal Tree Removal Tree Removal The first growing lettuce Josh and Broccoli enjoying the food the proposal moving soil the sitting walls growind the food best in bloom arrival of 14 tons and 12 boulders making it level
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Wolf pack GarDEN Purpose

The purpose of our GardDEN

is to provide food;

to teach self-reliance;

 to have a natural space to be in,

for teaching history, science, math, foods, arts;

for stewardship of the Earth;

for community outreach.

Free Fresh Food

          Please contact the school or Mrs. Burdick-Rutz if your family or another family you know would benefit from fresh produce donations. During the school year we will be harvesting on Wednesdays at 3:00.

Thank You

We always have people who have donated items or time in addition to our wonderful volunteers.

We'd like to thank the Kimiko Boswell for the great donation of both time and plants to the garden. 

 

We'd like to thank Nico Britsch for the work removing agave and replacement with better plants.