(Lots of people leave town as soon as school is out, but if you'll be here on June 20, don't forget about our upcoming workday on Monday, June 20 from 5:30-7:30!)
Yesterday was glorious and sunny, and not too hot, perfect for the final salad harvest of the year. Second grade classes picked all manner of salad vegetables (lettuce, carrot greens, beet greens, radishes) to taste, then wash and share with the rest of the school. A few third graders from Mrs. Kennedy's class also came out to help thin out the carrots and beets.
What follows is an indulgence of photos. Scroll through them! If a picture is worth a thousand words, well, I think you can get an idea of what we're trying to accomplish with this garden program. (And by the way, I didn't see a single kid spit out the carrot greens.)