We have used our donated biodynamic pollinator seed packets from Turtle Tree Seed to plant a new pollination garden along with our friends at the Sheppard Accelerated Elementary School.

In the last eight years, approximately 220 students from SAES and 60 students from SWSF have been impacted by the City-Country Children’s Learning Garden Project coming together to share a love for the environment and be good stewards of the earth.

This year’s collaboration, on April 3rd, is a particularly important one for SWSF students as it marks participation in the Greenbee Wildlife Web Initiative — a project honoring Waldorf education’s 100 year anniversary.

Read More at The Sonoma County Gazette and AWSNA.