RRL is roaring away at El Sol, and the children are very much involved with their organic garden. It’s thriving, as is everything at El Sol. The children are working together learning new words–e.g., types of organic vegetables–and profiting from their labor. Healthy, happy, and communicating. Three cheers for Chef Heather and three cheers for
Yahoo! Lets pick some food!
Read a Recipe started in EL SOL and what fun are we having!! This student brought his own hat and apron! We made bread and talked about how we make bread grow! yeast! Walking through our new garden is so much fun! We ate yellow squash and tomatoes–yummm! so many wonderful things our garden is
I have to sing the praises of one of our partners, Riverparknyc. Not only did the team there–Chrissa and Zach and Chef Sisha–do a tremendous, bang-up job for our children when they visited in May. (See Julie’s blog for more), but they they performed with perfection when I visited the dining room last
The students visited one of our great partners, Charnews Farm in Southold, NY. When we arrived at the farm the students could not wait to get off the bus. We were greeted by Denise Markut who is in charge of student visits. We took a tour of the several gardens that were growing on the farm. The