Carmel Middle School Club Gets Their Hands Dirty!

CaMS_club_plantingIn October, CaMS Green Team students trekked out to the community garden twice to get their hands dirty and learn about best practices in organic gardening.  On their first trip, they pulled weeds and planted seeds for some cold weather crops such as spinach, carrots and lettuce.  Those seeds have already sprouted and grown!  On their second trip, the students transplanted native perennials from the front of the HBM Co-op building to the south fence line of the garden.  This area will provide a friendly place for garden pollinators to visit next year. Well done, Cougars!

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Green Clubs

Getting students engaged in green practices is the key to a healthy future for our community. Green Clubs in our schools are a terrific forum for students to learn how to care for the earth and to put that knowledge into practice. See below for what student green clubs in our district are doing so far this school year!