Monday, August 25, 2008

The International Studies Academy Garden

With the gracious help of LoopNet volunteers, Urban Sprouts broke ground at the new International Studies Academy (ISA) garden! Folks from LoopNet worked long and hard to repair the front garden:

They also dug deep in ground so hard and full of rocks that they were able to line a new pumpkin patch with all the large rocks they pulled out of the ground. Yet another group built a chicken tractor and another repaired tool sheds and the existing beds. We had many supportive and enthusiastic teachers, staff and parents stop by and encourage our work. Thank you LoopNet! Thank you Darren at SF School Volunteers for bringing us all together. And thank you Principal Sanderson for inviting us to be at ISA!

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