Another successful workshop! This time run by primary school students, teaching their peers how to grow potatoes in a humble shopping bag no dig style! A couple of regular Gardening Group students from the junior school, did an amazing job running this workshop to a very large group of very enthusiastic and excited students. This workshop was run during lunchtime and was organised by Kerry Osborn. It is the first in a series of workshops that will be held for students, to engage, enthuse and excite them into understanding basic plant biology, growing their own food and helping to cut down on their food miles! Well done team!
Potatoes In A Bag
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | August 31, 2014
Each month, CERES Education features sustainability educators to find out about what inspires them. This month we interview Michelle Sanders in the lead up to Target Kids Teaching Kids Week.
By Carnegie Primary School | April 25, 2013
We have been busy at Carnegie completing our Energy module. Representatives from the student Green Team, the Envirostars, attended a LESS (Leaders in Environmentally Sustainable Schools) workshop in Term 2 […]