Category Archives: Updates from the garden!

A page to show the progress of the garden, in the areas of infrastructure and gardening.

Summer at the School Farm!

What fun to get an aerial view of the School Farm in summer! Thanks to Nicole Whittington-Johnson, culinary teacher, who snapped this photo from up in the sky showing the South Campus, School Farm and Shakespeare Festival tent and stage. … Continue reading

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In the news!

We’re in the news with an article that went out on the AP wires about “Many schools keep gardening efforts going all summer.” The article features Seth Raabe, High School Ag teacher, and manager of the HS gardens. You can … Continue reading

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Garden Reflections before Summer

At the school year’s end we ask all the students what they remember about the year’s activities and lessons and share a few of their favorites. The answers are always fun to hear:  Garden nibbles! Carrots! Taking down the bean … Continue reading

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Thank you Goosefoot!

A huge appreciation to the Goosefoot Community Fund for their support! On Thursday, June 14th, at 3 pm at the School Farm, Goosefoot will be presenting a $50,000 check to the School Farm program! 5476 Maxwelton Rd., Langley WA. Read … Continue reading

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Spring Culinary at the School Farm

Our student chefs have been busy this spring! Learning and eating was the name of the game in our culinary classes developed and taught by Nicole Whittington-Johnson. Culinary classes alternate with school farm classes for grades 3 – 6. Here’s … Continue reading

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Summertime Work Parties at the School Farms!

Join us at one or both of these work parties and picnics weekly through the summer… School Farm on Tuesdays from 9:30 am – 12 noon with picnic lunch at noon High School Garden on Thursdays from 9:30 am – … Continue reading

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Fresh Salad from Seed to Bowl

Grade three students have been learning about diversity in the garden. The big idea that they are working toward understanding is: Life Thrives on Diversity. What better way to understand than to look at a variety of salad greens and … Continue reading

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