School Garden Community Work Day. May 7, 2015
Thetford Elementary School Garden
A big THANK YOU to everyone who came to the TES School Garden after-school work day on Thursday. Over 20 hard-working community members, school staff, parents and students attended, bringing their incredible enthusiasm and helpful talents, tools, and cookies and lemonade donated from the school kitchen. Many hands made the work light and fun. And, we got a lot accomplished.
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Students at TES have started their classroom seeds for the school gardens. In our classroom visits we divide into 3 groups and have 3 stations to visit in 45 minutes: A seeding table, a theme coloring table, and a theme science observation and activity table. This class of 2nd graders is just starting their pollinators unit.
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"Cat Buxton is the 2015 recipient of the Jack Cook Award, an award given annually to a NOFA-VT member who embodies the theme of the conference and shares their knowledge with others. Cat is the past Education Coordinator of Cedar Circle Farm in East Thetford and is currently serving as the Field Organizer for the Vermont Right to Know GMOs Coalition. Thank you for your efforts and congratulations Cat!" https://
I'll be presenting about attracting bees and other beneficial insects to your garden at this great FREE event on April 18. Don't miss it!
Cat Buxton, Field Organizer for the Vermont Right To Know GMO's Coalition, provides an update on the status of Act 120, Vermont's GMO labeling law, the ensuing legal battle against the corporate industrial food conglomerates suing Vermont, and the Attorney Generals Food Fight Fund.
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