It’s not unusual to see classes held outdoors at Alonsa Community School. Students regularly eat their lunch there too.
That’s because what they’re learning — and what they’re eating — comes from the school’s yard.
Two years ago, this tiny school of 130 students decided to dig up part of the schoolyard lawn and fill it with gardens and fruit trees. Picnic tables and park benches, and more recently, a greenhouse soon followed. Read More…
November 23, 2015