Red White and Blue

Happy Fourth of July weekend! Yesterday we celebrated Independence Day, but I’m sure the celebration is continuing through the weekend for many people. What a great time for being outdoors, being with family and friends, enjoying delicious food, and celebrating our freedom and the wonderful country we live in!  Even our gardens are in the patriotic spirit,Continue reading “Red White and Blue”

Bring on the Sunshine!

Happy summer! School is finally out, the sun is shining, and the produce is growing in the garden! My name is Mary-Kate, and I am the summer intern with Dexter Farm to School. I am a graduate student at the University of Michigan School of Public Health studying nutrition. I love being outside and gardening,Continue reading “Bring on the Sunshine!”

Good-bye winter, Hello spring!

Although looking out the window today and seeing snowflakes scattered across the sky doesn’t really give us that “spring” feeling of warmth and sunshine, Creekside kitchen garden flex students celebrated spring all week long. Students began the week in the Creekside greenhouse learning about the differences between soil and dirt. (Is there really a difference?Continue reading “Good-bye winter, Hello spring!”

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