A bit of a backstory on our Hanging Garden Project: We’ve got new ORGANIC VEGGIES, all from ‘freshly donated seeds’…
Our middle/high school students have been deeply involved in building a system with planters made from recycled PET bottles, as seen on the right.
What originally was a school research project, has become a multidisciplinary task (see left), and a passion for all the gardening lovers! Besides that, we’ve discovered a great source of cost-free clean/distilled water for all the watering needs: the several air conditioning devices, spread throughout the school campus.
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