|Soon to be a flourishing garden at Lee Elementary School.|
currently looks more like a construction zone than an elementary schoolyard and
garden area, by the time school starts in the fall, Lee Elementary School in
Los Alamitos will have new garden beds filled with Agromin premium organic soil. The
school is in the middle of a modernization project that will make the garden better
than ever! Each year, teacher Renee Keeler's second grade classroom is filled with
highly enthusiastic young gardeners who love to work in the soil.
says she can't wait to get the new beds in, filled with planting mix and ready
for the students to start their "farm production" in September.
has been a large supporter and donor to Lee Elementary School in the past and
is looking forward to helping out again this fall. The kids also get a
lesson in sustainability since the planting mix is made from green materials
collected from residents and landscapers, then cleaned, shopped and composted
into rich, organic soil material.
Labels: Lee Elementary School, Los Alamitos, Orange County, school garden, sustainability at school