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Class Mini: The Scientific Method - Pursuing a Science Fair Project- 6th-8th
Students don't need to have pior experience or knowledge of gardening. This class is for beginners to start thinking about all the factors in creating a healthy, happy garden! Topics we will discuss include building healthy soil, watering methods, using perrennial plants, attracting pollinators, and monoculture versus polyculture. Another important topic we will cover is the basics of plant families and their varying light and nutrient requirements. We will take time for students to introduce...
We will build a basic understanding of planning a garden. Students will develop a knowledge base to start planning their own garden or a better garden next year!
I have been gardening for 5 years and have started a permanent agriculture food forest on my quarter acre property in the city in Michigan. The picture was my garden last spring.
No supplies or books needed for class.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will briefly refer to The Resilient Farm and Homestead by Ben Falk and the Ruth Stout no-work garden book.
Meet the teacher
I teach gardening, ukelele, and English. I have my bachelors degree in Sociology and three years experience teaching English as a second language. I have 5 years experience gardening and growing a permaculutre food forest on my quarter acre...