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Aachen Arlington Dialog 2011

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Presentation with hands-on exhibits for High School Students from Aachen, for dialog on environment and immigration.

Presentation with hands-on exhibits for High School Students from Aachen, for dialog on environment and immigration.


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    • 1. Aachen & Arlington Dialog on Environmental Education Mary Van Dyke for Arlington Sister City Association
    • 2. American Dreams
    • 3. Light and Latitude
    • 4. Soil
    • 5. What grows?
    • 6. Arlington Traditional School (ATS) Garden
    • 7. Goals?
      • Increase biodiversity
      • Build community
    • 8. Players…. Connections
      • Identify your community webs
    • 9.  
    • 10.  
    • 11. Native Landscape
    • 12. Colonial Williamsburg Garden
      • 4th Grade Virginia Studies
      • Study and label plants - properties and uses
      • Native and non-native plants
    • 13. Veg Patch - Food to Eat
      • Start small and grow
      • Link growing and eating
      • Give to own community
      • “ Plant a Row” for AFAC
      • APS Food Services
    • 14. Next steps…
      • Policy
      • Networks
      • Exchange
      • Research
      • Funding
    • 15. Contact: Mary Van Dyke, [email_address] The ATS Gardening Blog is on Arlington Public Schools website.