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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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Port Guichon mentors use a classic technique to measure how many feet of h

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Lettuce seed

The South Park farmers got some lettuce seed in the ground on thi beautiful morning.

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These King Alfred daffodils are from our backyard. Project Pickle kids have grown several hundred and are selling them to support the Canadian Cancer Society's April Daff program.

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A beautiful day to get some seed in the ground!

The young farmers at Pebble Hill spent some time getting lettuce and Kale seed in the ground on thie fantastic day!

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What an amazing home!

I was going through some old photos and came across this beauty. A houseboat with no rival. I would love to live here! Can anyone guess where this is?

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Great soil makes for great veggies and the kids always have fun visiting

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Early seeding

A nice warm day at Gibson elementary last week. It looks like this week will chill right down again. Oh well! There is nothing wrong with experimenting on the farms.

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Busy McCloskey

There is a lot going on at McCloskey elementary. Yesterday we pulled the last of the Jurrassic Kale and got some peas and carrots in the ground.

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Young farmer chows on some of the last of the winter arugula.

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52 grade 8 farmers join the fold

We all met in the library today to take a look at seed charts and read the instructions on seed packs. The main lesson was to experiment on timing of early vegetables. We can always plant more!

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