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From seed to burger...the incredible journey! Keeping kids fingers dirty in the schoolyard!

Project Pickle is a Backyard Cooperative partnership with the Delta School District , and Kwantlen University

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Blast from the past

One of the early photos from Project Pickle. Peer mentor wityh the grade 6 kids at Pebble Hill elementary.

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A yearly tradition that says good bye to our Jack O lantern friends.

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Lots of composting and soil science going on these days.

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Our friends

This young famer was proud that she "caught" three earthworms after our worm stomp

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Backyard ingredients

Everything tastes just that much better when the ingredients come out of the back yard. I don't have any lamb in the backyard (yet) but I've got everything else. Lamb stew.

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Big Crew

Mr. Miller's grade 4 kids with their Kindergarten "buddies" learned about composting. Lot's of worms involved which always makes for high drama!

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Sage

One of the schools has a gigantic sage plant that we have been diligently harvesting for a couple of years. The kids take some home for Turkey dinners at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Composting, Tailgate party, seeding and more. Action packed fun!

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fuzzy fingers

Worms and dirt help make the school day a little more fun!

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