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Monday, July 25, 2011
Blogging in the Garden with Jennifer Kabat
The GRLIC garden initiative brought in a special guest this week to work with students working in the garden at RCS this summer. Jennifer Kabat, a well known blogger and local resident, came by for some blogging fun. Jennifer spent a couple hours with student gardeners in the garden and on the computer. Students were encouraged to write about things that they had done in the garden so far this summer. Read more about what the students are doing in the RCS garden check out this blog! http://rcsgardenclub.tumblr.com/
See what the kids are doing!