Added by on 2016-07-11

In Mt Molloy Queensland the school have Juliana as the person in charge of the gardens and teaches how to with the Stephanie Alexander programme that involved a lot of gardening and cooking. Even in the tropical arid zones with a short rain season, this gardens is amazing in diversity and techniques and also the best tools for teachers to use and they do. The children sell seeds they produce and also worm juice. Juliana and husband Rupert come to the inauguration of the Molloy seed exchange with lots of seeds and a large display of what the school garden produces and stands for. more on Video Rating: / 5 Westside Gardens, provided by Americans For Schools in partnership with Ellis Jaxon Farms, has drawn the attention of a team of representatives from the USDA’s Farm-To-School initiative. Team members toured the school Sept. 16, 2015, to learn more about how the school has incorporated the aeroponic tower gardens into curriculum to support STEM education, and how the gardens help meet the guidelines of the federal Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsCompanion planting in a small productive urban garden. Sustainable Gardening AustraliaThe English Gardening SchoolRecycling for the Garden: Upcycling Items for a More Productive Vegetable GardenVegetable Gardening: How to Plan a Highly Productive GardenVertical Garden & Green Wall System – Gro Wall® 4 featured on Healthy Homes Australia10 Ways to Make your Vegetable Garden More Productive in 2017…and Beyond!

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  • Watt Waster 1 year ago

    Looks interesting, but was hoping for a tad more show and tell. Where I am in Oklahoma it gets a wee bit too hot and dry most of the growing season.

  • Rob Bob's Backyard Farming 1 year ago

    Lucky Kids 😀
    Thanks for the look..