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Presentation at 2014 Massachusetts Sustainable Communities and Campuses Conference

Presentation at 2014 Massachusetts Sustainable Communities and Campuses Conference

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  • 1. Mass. Sustainable Communities Conference Regional and Local Food Systems: Quabbin Regional High School By Karen DiFranza Hands to Earth: Educating for a Sustainable World Delaney Payne and Sophia Kornitsky
  • 2. Quabbin Regional High School Organic Garden since 2008
  • 3. Keeping tons of organic material out of the waste stream each year
  • 4. Doing the work: Solar Powered
  • 5. Getting our food directly to students
  • 6. Introducing real flavor!
  • 7. Classy classroom snacks
  • 8. Friendly kitchen – a new dimension
  • 9. Harvesting Sugar Snap Peas
  • 10. Mission Statement The Quabbin Composting and Organic Gardening Program works to protect the environment for future generations by recycling food resources, through sustainable agriculture and by encouraging these practices in our community
  • 11. Outreach
  • 12. Creating Value-Added Products
  • 13. Herbal Salves and Creams
  • 14. Braided Shallots
  • 15. Barre Farmers Market
  • 16. UMass Medical School Interns
  • 17. Harvesting healing herbs
  • 18. Enjoying REAL Carrots
  • 19. Making connections
  • 20. For more information, visit http://quabbincomposting andgardening.org/ and http://handstoearth.com/ Related Resources: http://www.seedsofsolidarity.org/ Less_Trash_More_Compost.pdf http://aginclassroom.org/ http://www.thegreenteam.org/

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