Posting some new projects in the works, and some that were already mentioned (new video to view though). We spent the Friday with a two hour delay planting the germinated Spartina seeds into containers while others constructed the first PVC greenhouse tent that will rest on our raised flower beds. We’ll take some of the Spartina to the high school’s greenhouse, but thought we could make our own mini versions for BSE’s campus. Plus it was a great tie in with fractions and measurement. Who knew that what you learn in school could actually be applied? More pictures will be added to this post in the days/weeks to come. It took about a week to create one tent (excluding sheeting). We still need a few connectors to run our pipe along the ridge of the roof. They did great working as teams and measuring thrice before cutting. I think my PVC cutter is on it’s last run. That brackish water though . . . sulfur egg fart. Fifth grade teachers were popping in asking if the septic had broke in the science lab restrooms. Photography exclusively taken by Natalie.
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