The Free Edible School Gardens Workshop scheduled for tomorrow, March 2, has been postponed until Monday, March 16 due to the weather. If you’re involved in school gardens or want to be, don’t miss this event.
If you are interested in learning about growing a K-12 sustainable education program, this event is for you. Monday, March 16 from 9:30 until noon at the Unitarian Church, 10 Lyons Plains Road, Westport, CT. RSVP to Carmela at
Featured presenter Dorothy Mullen, Master Gardener, Founder, Princeton School Gardens Cooperative will discuss how Princeton, NJ has created an outdoor classroom at every school in the district.
A local expert panel discussion about how to site, plan, build, plant and harvest a simple school garden will include:
Annie Farrell, Master Farmer, Millstone Farm (Wilton)
Annelise McCay, Garden Founder, Sherman Elementary School, Fairfield
Jim Hunter, Wilton High School Science Teacher
Jane Slupeki, Connecticut State Farm to School Program
Sue Muro, Director, Monroe Farmer’s Market