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14 03, 2017

CLCS Sunflower Garden & “Outdoor Classroom”

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There's a story behind every garden. "Keep your face to the sunshine, and you cannot see the shadow. It's what the sunflowers do." ~Helen Keller You could say that the CLCS Sunflower Garden came about providentially. An area of debris and shrubs was cleared next to the [...]

13 03, 2017

CLCS Primary B Pollinator Garden. Welcome, Bees & Butterflies!

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Why are pollinators important to us at CLCS? The pollinator population of an area is a good indicator of the overall health of that particular ecosystem. At CLCS, we are committed to stewarding our school property responsibly.This means taking care of the many diverse species of plants and animals that God has blessed us [...]

12 03, 2017

CLCS Raised Bed Gardens. Growing Healthy Food at School.

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“The best place to seek God is in a garden. You can dig for Him there." ~George Bernard Shaw In the spring of 2016, we installed three raised bed gardens at the “Hardesty House,” a building with three apartments, adjacent to the school property. This is a great location for a food and flower [...]