Monday, November 23, 2009

Last week was busy!

Last week was busy for STARworks in general - we had 3 groups coming for tours!

Garden was hosting another vermiculture workshop on Friday. This time it was Melanie Lamonds' 4'th grade from Star Elementary. Melanie had a worm bin in her classroom last year, and decided to do it again with this years students. Kids were eager and full of energy, and clearly had fun exploring the garden and worms on a beautiful fall day. They picked eagerly some cherry tomatoes that are still hanging on (IN NOVEMBER!) in our garden, which made me decide to plant more of those yummy fruits for next year.
After learning about worms, and preparing a new bin for them, everybody ran a few laps on our walking trail.

Can't wait for those kids to come back!

1 comment:

Laurie said...

Sounds like good things are happening there! I got to speak to Takuro at the Seagrove Celebration yesterday, but never caught up with Nancy. Been working on my business plan some more today. Lots to put together, but will keep plugging away at it. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!