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A School Garden

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Yumi Tittiger

on 13 March 2014

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Transcript of A School Garden

Budget
Price & Cost.
Benefits
Benefits, Satistics, and Impacts
The Way out
Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?
The garden plan.
Kai Frudden
Alex Halki
Nasi Karcher
Yumi Tittiger
A Community Garden
Who
What

Where
Why
How
Budget
Annotated Budget
Planter Box
Total Yds. For Boxes
-Eco Club

-Thomas Jefferson Agrarian
Society
Ms. Thee
Mr. Bodenstiener
1st Phase-

Carrots
Cucumber
Lettuce
Peppers
Radishes
Spinach
Strawberries
Tomatoes
For Stages Later to Come

Cabbage
Chard
Garlic
Green Beans
Kale
Rhubarbs
Scallions
Snap Peas
Basil
Chives
Cilantro
Mint
Oregano
Parsley
Rosemary
A School Garden
January 2
-Composting
-Herb Beds
January 29 - Febuary 17
-Raised Beds
-Cold Frames
-Bee Hive
-Work Shed
Febuary 19-Febuary 24
-Soil
Febuary 26-March 3
-Drip Line System
Installed
March 4-March 10
Schedule
Starting Next Year
-Radishes and Rhubarb
planted
March 26-March 31
-Inspect garden
April 2-April 11
-Carrots, Garlic, Kale,
Green Onions, Snap Peas,
Lettuce, Strawberries,
Oregano
April 23-April 27
-Inspect garden
May 1-May 8
-Cabbage and Chard

-Mint, Radishes, Rhubarbs,
Green Onions, Snow Peas,
and Spinach
May 28-June 2
-Inspect garden
May 28-June 2
-Inspect garden
June 3-June 9
-Green Beans, Tomatoes,
and Peppers

-Lettuce and Strawberries
June 25-June 30
-Inspect Garden
July 1-July7
-Chard, Garlic, Green beans, Herbs,
and Tomatoes
July 26-July 31
-Snap Peas

-Inspect garden
August 1-August 7
-Cabbage, Carrots, Kale, Herbs,
and Peppers
August 25-August 31
-Inspect garden
September 24-September 30

-Garlic, Green Beans, Oregano,
and Rhubarbs

-Inspect garden
October 26-October 21
-Chard, Herbs, Peppers, Green Onions,
Spinach, and Tomatoes

-Inspect garden
November 24-November 30
-Carrots, Kale, and Radishes

-Inspect Garden

-Turn off Drip Line
-Effects on Community

-Who We Could Help




-Phases
-Volunteers
-Eco Club/Thomas Jefferson Agrarian Society
17 yd
3
Benefits
Health
-Reduce obesity rates in America
-Organic food source
-Organic foods for mental health
Economic
-Market expansion for farmers
-Save money for food
Impacts
-Education opportunities for youth
-Cross-generational and cultural integration
Statistics
-20% of Americans are undernourished
-50 million people are starving in the Us
-9 beds or 10 planters can produce 250 lbs. of food
Summary
Who, What, When, How
Budget
Statistics, Benefits, Impact
Irrigation & Pests
Pests and Irrigation
-Companion Planting

-Drip Line System
Design
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