They Are Learning Where Their Food Comes From

July 28

I had been out of town and Terri and I had been communicating about various crises during July, but not much about the garden.  So we finally had a moment to talk and she shared what it was like to take the first bite of a green bean from their garden.  “I didn’t even cook it.  It tasted so good!  And to hear Aydan smack his lips—after eating green beans!”  She explained that all of the kids check the garden every day, each one frustrated with the other if they miss the opportunity to pick the vegetables.  Terri says that the children recognize that these vegetables taste different from what’s in the store, and she loves that they are learning where their food comes from.Aydan and garden

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