The Burnsville High School Giving Garden works year-round to grow food that helps support the 360 Communities food shelf and the BHS cafeteria. Students work in the winter to develop garden plans and grow starter plants. In the growing season, members plant and maintain a garden on the BHS campus.
In celebration of National Volunteer week, the One91 Community Education Youth Service program hosted a Spring Clean-Up Day on Saturday, April 16.
During this clean-up, students in the Youth Service Program and the Burnsville High School Giving Garden club worked together to clean up the southwest side of the main campus, preparing the Giving Garden for the up coming planting season.
Join the Gideon Pond Elementary gardening committee and our popular speaker, Joel Karsten, the author of best selling "Straw Bale Gardens," on Monday, April 25 at 6:30 p.m. in the Gideon Pond Media Center (library). This is your opportunity to learn about this revolutionary gardening method.
Burnsville High School students worked last fall on expanding the school’s Giving Garden.
Community members are invited to help Burnsville High School students build and start planting the school’s Giving Garden on Saturday, April 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
It’s just a patch of black dirt right now, a place where you might think the sod needs to be replaced. But the grassless patch is special both because of the work students have and will put into it and for the food that will eventually come out of it.