DHS Garden Spring Workday 2.0

Please sign up to help us turn this dirt pile . . .


. . . into a beautiful entryway with a sign designed by the DHS Art With Heart Club!

Sign up to volunteer!

We finished one side of the entryway at our April workday, but this time we will finish the job, making a symmetrical, welcoming entryway to the garden space that will share more information with the community about the garden’s purpose, its founders, and all the people who help to maintain it.  The sign was designed and built entirely by DHS students, and is intended to be visible from both inside the school stairwell behind the garden, and to visitors entering from the service road.

You’ll get to visit the tiny seedlings that have sprouted, as well!  Take a sneak peek. . .

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