Category Archives: Youth

The Sprouts Program Summer 2013

The SPROUTS PROGRAM is a program for children ages 3-8 and their parent(s). Children play, work, and learn in the garden while adults work with our garden crew. Be sure to bring your garden questions and your knowledge to share. … Continue reading

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Evergreen Charter School visits TLA

This is the third year in a row that the Evergreen Charter School visited The Lord’s Acre to present their knowledge of edible plants and to donate plants. A truly amazing group of young people and staff that we appreciate … Continue reading

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Troop 81 paints the barn

Scouts from Troop 81 with board member Steve Norris painted the new barn this week. The scouts participating were Colin Yount, Stuart Uritis, Andrew Stevenson, Henry Sharpe and Nathaniel Phelan. Thanks guys! The barn looks great!

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Evergreen School

Evergreen Community Charter School’s 3rd grade classes did two presentations this morning, one at 9 and one at 10, about what they’ve learned about fruiting plants (trees, canes, bushes, plants) which they purchased and then they donated those plants to … Continue reading

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Education in the Garden

This week was the last parent/child class taught by our volunteer, Ricky. The kids had a great time preparing and planting a section of the garden in corn last Wednesday (May 18), and the seedlings are already several inches tall. … Continue reading

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Winter Happenings at TLA

Hi Friends of The Lord’s Acre, Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean the Lord’s Acre is resting. At the garden, the cover crops are growing, snow is adding nitrogen to the soil, and the scarecrows are hibernating. In the winter, … Continue reading

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