Summer Garlic Harvest in the SeDo School Garden
Trisha Smith, is a local veggie lover and Community Education Assistant/Home Horticulturist Aid with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension in Piscataquis County. She's also pretty great at sharing how to tend to plants and learn about how food grows. You've probably seen photos on our blog of her and her helpers in the SeDoMoCha school garden and in Mr. Murray's classroom.
So when she shared a beautiful photo of the first garlic harvested from the school garden, we asked her for more so we could share them here with you all. We love seeing kids get excited about how food grows and being able to do it themselves.
To learn more about how to support or be involved with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension in Piscataquis County, click here. If you'd like to learn more about getting involved with the school garden, please get in touch!