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Creating & Improving School Gardens

With: Matt Bibeau

School gardens have the potential to benefit not just the child, but also the school, community and the local economy. They promote academic success and healthy food habits while developing a child’s resiliency and ecological literacy. They also improve schoolyard aesthetics and functionality, engage elders and neighbors, and bring awareness to the importance of supporting local food and farmers. This workshop will explore how school gardens can reach their potential. Many examples from Portland schools will be offered.

When: Saturday June 5th, from 10am - 12pm Where: St. David's Church of Wales at 2800 SE Harrison St. Portland, Oregon. Cost: $10 - 20

This workshop is a portion of The Village Building Convergence. For a full listing of events go to www.cityrepair.org and click on the link to download The Village Builder. Thanks!