If you’ve been following along, you’ll know that this year we are working in partnership with the Sage Garden Project who has generously gifted us with funds for a garden educator position, access to their curriculum and a scholarship to the Edible Schoolyard Academy this past summer. (Scroll down to read five posts about that magical experience.) We were thrilled to welcome them to campus two weeks ago for the first time. Garden Ambassadors made this poster for them.
Garden Ambassadors greeted Program Director Dawn Mayeda and Garden Instructor Karen Saake at the front of the school with an apple pie—our local dessert! Then we spent the morning giving them a tour, introducing them around school and receiving items included in the Sage Garden award….
A huge treat that comes with the grant package is a fully equipped cart which can be wheeled around campus for cooking demos. Unpacking all of the items that go in it was like Christmas morning. Here I’ve displayed it all in one place. Notice the mirror flips around to be a white board. Feel free to drool.
Also included in our box of garden treats were beautiful posters and banners which we promptly hung in the garden room and the garden.
Julian Elementary is very proud to be an recipient of a Sage Garden Project grant. Thank you to everyone involved for helping to grow our garden program!
Granted……Garden Cart very cool and at the right price.dad
Price is right! Love you Dad!
Yay! I volunteered in their garden last summer. It was a wonderful experience. Karen and Dawn are wonderful people. I’m so glad to know them.
Me too! I look forward to seeing their garden in person some time soon!
It’s programs like yours that provide a rich give-and-take. Thanks for your wonderful efforts for the lucky kids you touch!
-Sage Garden Project
Thanks Dawn! Great to be in partnership with you!
Yay! That looks great!
Thanks friend o’ mine!