Jason daily create – Garlic, Favas & 125 children

Posted by guest author Mr. Mertz for EGP Daily Creates

Logistics. We’re you’re dealing with 125 children, logistics is a pain in the butt. So when it’s time to plant garlic & fava beans, how do you satisfy the appetite of every student to plant something in the ground? These are the things that swirl around in my head.

Also, much love goes out to the classroom teachers who take care of our children on a daily basis. Simply put. Wow!

On Wed, Nov 13, 2013 at 4:41 PM, Jason Mertz | Edible Garden Project <jason> wrote:

2 thoughts on “Jason daily create – Garlic, Favas & 125 children

  1. That was what I was going to ask you!

    I’m guessing this conundrum is the genesis of the bean plants in styrofoam cups that wander home from school, only to wither moldy deaths on our window-sill.

  2. From the 2008 EGP evaluation report:

    “The reason recycling is a success is because we educated kids in classrooms. You get 1 teacher on board, that’s 25 kids and 25 families. The EGP can do that for food security.” Krista Tulloch, Spuds in Tubs

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