We Missed You!

IMG_2054If the rain kept you away from our plant sale on Saturday, don’t let that stop you from getting your garden started.  We are continuing our Annual Creekside Plant Sale Fundraiser after school this week.  We still have lots of heirloom tomatoes, peppers, and herbs available to make your vegetable garden yummy!  This is the perfect time to plant your garden as our last frost date is closely approaching.  All of our plants were started by seed and grown by Creekside students.

We will also have bundles of rhubarb for sale.  The rhubarb is grown with organic practices and harvested by Creekside students.  All proceeds from the sale today will go directly back into the Creekside Kitchen Garden Fund for materials and supplies.  This ensures future Creekside students will be able to eat local, learn local and maybe grow a green thumb!

The plant sale will be located by the north side parking lot at Creekside directly after school.  Check our Facebook page for more details.

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Please feel free to contact us at Dexterfarmtoschool@gmail.com


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