Seed-to-Plate Program

Seed-to-Plate Program

Feb 25, 2011
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During the school months of May, June, late August, September and October, one class from a local middle school visits the farm every other week to participate in a 90-minute gardening and cooking activity.  Over these five months, the students visit the farm for a total of ten lessons that are complementary and seasonal. Topics include spring seeding and transplanting, environmentally friendly garden maintenance, composting, seasonal harvesting and cooking, fall seeding and fall garden tasks.
(middle school) Program length: 90 minutes Days/hours of operation: Monday-Friday after schoolFee: $3000 for ten sessions
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