SLIDESHOW: Students, teachers plant RB community garden

Kate Alaks

A landscaper hired through the use of grant money waters a garden that Kathleen Harsy and other RB teachers hope will become part of SEE Team, a food source for the cafeteria, and more.

Kate Alaks, Staff Reporter

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What began as an idea in the mind of English teacher Kathleen Harsy two years ago has finally come (no pun intended) to fruition, as final touches were put on the initial planting of RB’s first sustainable, community garden.  The project, which was financed by grant money and volunteer effort, began to take shape this week as a local landscaping company laid down pathways and plants on a garden plot just outside the football field.  If you have not had a chance yet, take a look at the progress by viewing our Clarion slideshow.

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SLIDESHOW: Students, teachers plant RB community garden