July in the SMLGarden at DHS

Summer has been treating the school gardens in Dexter well so far, with lots of rain and relatively mild weather lately.  At the Sullivan Memorial Learning Garden at DHS, two IB students have been maintaining the vegetable garden, installing a new irrigation system, and harvesting produce for their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) member family and for donation to people in need through Faith in Action.

Here’s a sneak peak into how the garden at DHS is looking mid-summer and what our harvest has been lately (click on the photos to see captions):

Want to taste some of this produce for yourself?  Sign up to volunteer in the garden over the summer, and you can take some of the harvest home with you after helping out!

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