Among the activities that our high school students shared with these inquisitive younger students was how our composting work has helped us produce food. The older students brought over a few composting bins and showed the youngsters how they transplanted tomatoes from seedlings to fully-grown, ripe, tasty tomatoes. Each class will receive their own tomato vine to continue nurturing and loving through the spring.
One Green Club member, senior Sasha P, who will be attending @BrownUniversity next year, brought over a hive from the Italian Honey Bee colony, which lives on our rooftop. Below is a picture of Sasha nurturing these wonderful bees (it is incumbent and essential that we protect the bee colonies, so please research it and find a way to get involved).
Much love and gratitude from the @SteinerSchool to the rest of the world for all you are doing on #EarthDay2016. It’s making a difference! Keep it up.