Planning your summer? Consider adding in some time to help out at the school garden! Over the summer, we ask volunteers to come water the Cascadia Learning Garden one week at a time. During this week, volunteers come 2 or 3 times to water and check in on the garden. If interested, please send an …
Category: Garden Blog
The Cascadia Learning garden has a wishlist for items to help grow and maintain the garden and the garden curriculum! See below for items.
Cascadia Learning Garden Wishlist
- 10-20 more kids sized gloves (in various sizes)
- Compost (always good to have!)
- More burlap
- Cucumber trellis
- Wildlife-attracting items like bird feeders, bird bath, pollinator …
Spring is upon us! Come enjoy and help cultivate the Cascadia Learning Garden. We are planning garden work parties on April 3rd and May 14th, both from 10 am- 2 pm. Mark your calendars! Come help spread mulch and garden joy throughout our learning garden!
Volunteers should plan to bring gloves, a shovel (if possible) …
Typically, we rely on in person/in class parent volunteers to help with the 3rd grade (and maybe 4th! Grade) garden curriculum and were hoping to be able to do so this year. As the situation is evolving, the safety committee is reviewing if and how best to have parent volunteers return to the classroom. Stay …
The Garden Program offers hands-on learning for our 3rd Grade students. To prepare the program for success once students are back in the building, we are asking families who are able to donate the following supplies:
- 10-20 kids sized gloves (in various sizes)
- Compost (always good to …
We’re starting virtual gardening lessons at Cascadia!
Until we can get back into the garden as a community, the garden teacher, Ms. Nicole is making videos highlighting a different theme and giving a new project each week. For the first lesson, 3rd graders will learn about invertebrates in the soil. They will discover the …
Spring has Sprung for third-graders in the garden!
Things are revving up in the garden. In February, Nicole brought the kids outside to get reacquainted with the garden and check on plants that have been growing there since last fall. This was a great opportunity to look at and learn about the parts of …
It’s already time for our spring Garden Education session to begin, with Group A (Erickson, Orme) meeting this Friday, February 7, and Group B (Rohrabaugh, Lee, Jasper) meeting next Friday, February 14.
Want to help out? If you can lend some Garden Ed assistance, please contact our garden coordinator Sherry.
Becky will be weeding …
Come Weed With Me, The Best Is Yet To Be
Who: Cascadia friends, family, neighbors. Kids welcome! (I bet they’d love to help and/or play on the playground — no supervision provided) What: pull weeds and spread mulch When: Saturday, November 16, 9am to 2pm Where: The school grounds (specifically: the beds in the …