Day 2: crates, stakes, and twine

Makeshift markers for the organic classroom setting, Orrville's own Smith Dairy crates.

Today we turned sketches into reality. We laid out the focal point of the garden which is an semi-circular “organic classroom.”  The space is intended to serve as a place for students to sit on hay bails facing a teacher. It is a semi-circular grass area surrounded by nine raised bed plots. Each of the nine plots is to belong to a grade (K-8th) at St. Sebastian.

 

Lining the perimeter of the site.

 

About smegas

I am a rising sophomore at Wooster blogging about my summer internship with The Center of Entrepreneurship. Myself and a fellow intern are working to construct an Organic Classroom and Garden at St. Sebastian Parish School in Akron, OH.
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