St. George’s in Long Sault now an ‘EcoSchool’

September 21, 2015 at 11:13 am Leave a comment

Jennifer Grant stands with some students at St. George's School in Long Sault, showing off their garden.

Jennifer Grant stands with some students at St. George’s School in Long Sault, showing off their garden.

How many pounds of purple peppers produced (say that three times fast – we dare you) are coming out of St. George’s School in Long Sault?

Enough for a provincial silver EcoSchool designation.

The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario facility put together a small garden on its property that included everything from lettuce and tomatoes to the aforementioned purple peppers.

Read St. George’s in Long Sault now an ‘EcoSchool’ in The Seaway News.

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Entry filed under: Community, Food, Gardens, Students/Youth.

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