Hello Spring!

IMG_1077 (1)This time of year, Creekside Kitchen Garden students and F2S coordinators are ready to get their hands dirty to welcome spring and a new growing season.  Even though days like today call us to get outside and celebrate warmer temps, we have to be patient and begin our growing process indoors.

Currently, Creekside students are preparing the greenhouse for germinating hundreds of vegetable, herb and flower seeds for the upcoming Creekside Plant Sale.  The plant sale will take place in conjunction with Dexter Green Days on Saturday, May 20th.  Save the date!  All proceeds from the Plant Sale go directly to support the Creekside Kitchen Classroom/Garden and Farm to School activities.

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