Tuesday, September 13, [email protected] 6:00 p.m.
Join us Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 6 p.m. as we celebrate the completion of a project three years in the making. The Randall Geo-Conservatory is a living classroom for Flagstaff Academy K-8 students. The indoor, year-round garden will provide students hands-on experience while learning ecology, environmental stewardship, plant life cycle, renewable energy, nutrition, and more, as part of Flagstaff Academy’s Core Knowledge Curriculum.
The Geo-Conservatory was made possible through a strong volunteer greenhouse committee, Flagstaff family and community donations, Parent Teacher Organization and Board of Directors’ donations and support, a generous contribution from the Randall family, a Pepsi Refresh Grant, grants from the Home Depot, Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, Institute for Integrative Nutrition’s class of 2009, support from Whole Foods as their charity of the week for one week, and help from Growing Spaces and Global Children’s Gardens.
For more information, contact Lisa Krebs [email protected] or call her at 303-651-7900 x258.
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Email: [email protected]
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