Vegetables are coming up in the garden at John B. Kelly School. The Garden Club members are tending, transplanting and waiting for the tasting.
Students at the John B. Kelly Elementary School in Philadelphia’s Germantown neighborhood plant a vegetable garden with a little help from education students at Arcadia University.
Second-graders at the John B. Kelly School contribute to the school’s vegetable garden, part of the Kelly Green Project, by planting seeds and monitoring their growth. The project offers valuable experience in scientific observation and documentation, along with the joy of watching living things grow!
Date: Wednesday, June 1
Time: 3:30 – 6 p.m. (or until it’s done)
Place: Front yard of John B. Kelly School
The Kelly Green Project and the LandHealth Institute are turning the front yard at the John B. Kelly School into a meadow! We’re going to beautify the school grounds while attracting important birds and butterflies to our community. Come be a part of this exciting project and plant your own seedling in the ground! Everyone is welcome!
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