Wednesday, April 8, 2009
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On Saturday, April 4, 2009, over 100 volunteers (parents, children, teachers and administrators) worked together to install the garden at Hubbard Heights Elementary School in Fort Worth, Texas. The installation culminated what was truly a community effort. Scores of interested parents participated in the community design meetings to clarify how the school garden could meet their children’s needs. And then, they helped with the installation. All sorts of talents were put to good use—painting, stone moving, digging, planting, path building, and more.
One of the parents said, “Thank you for helping give my children a garden. My son comes home ...