Read more: http://blog.brightagrotech.com/Edible-Learning-Lab-The-3-Things-You-Need-to-Start-a-School-Garden You might not expect to find a garden in an old basement music room in Buffalo, Wyoming. Nevertheless, the wood paneled walls are lined with vertical gardens, LED lights hang from pulleys, and raised beds fill the room with green. In beanbag chairs, elementary aged students lounge, raising hands and calling out questions as they’re walked through the agenda for the day. This is the Edible Learning Lab, where 6-10 students gather after school to manage and learn from their garden. Video Rating: / 5 3 Man Militias tactics blog and more – http://counterterrormikemah.blogspot.com/2012/06/3-man-team-tactics.html For more information go to http://nostressmike.com/ Related PostsThe Garden Classroom : 52 kids gardening activitiesEdible Indoor Gardening – DIY Apartment Gardens YOU CAN Harvest and EatVegetable Gardening: Growing Edible Ginger – How to grow gingerIndoor Gardening Year Round Edible Plants ~ Longevity SpinachOrganic Edible Rooftop Gardening – Long Tour (2016)Farm to School: Gardening enhances nutrition and learning for students
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