Bonding with employees while gardening for a local food pantry

Plant a Row for the Hungry I own a small business  in East Anchorage.  My business has absolutely nothing to do with gardening but we all love to eat and enjoy the great outdoors so gardening interests many of my employees.   My business is a small group that loves to be a part of our local community with a quarterly volunteer project.  Last year we started doing a group gardening project with the product donated to a local food bank.  This idea came from Alaska Mill and Feed’s program, Read More …

Grow your garden in Spanish

Date: July 31, 2015 Time: 1-3 hours a week Materials needed: outdoor garden area Student level: Secondary Spanish students intermediate to advanced level Learning Standard: Common Core            Presentational writing Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well’chosen details, and well’ structured event sequences Language Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard grammar and usage when writing or speaking Overview: Plant and grow an outdoor garden to practice tense changes and broaden Spanish vocabulary base. Objectives: By the end of Read More …