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Lake View Garden Update 3/26/18

Lakeview Elementary celebrated open house this past week.  I was delighted to host a garden booth at their open house along with a fellow intern as well as our clinical instructor.  The garden booth proved to be a success among the parents and students at Lakeview Elementary.  The booth offered participants the chance to plug

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Seed to Plate Garden 3/14-3/15

Wednesday (3/14) - The ICAN students and I were very successful today! The same three students from last week came in and helped pot an estimated 60 plugs that were donated by Annette. These plugs were chosen at the Plug Connection in San Diego last month. As excited as we were, we incorporated communication skills,

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Lake View Garden 3/9

Lakeview Garden The Lakeview Garden is growing all sorts of vegetables!  With the help of the Lakeview students we planted; red lettuce, romaine lettuce, basil, spinach, peppers, cilantro, passion fruit trees and more tomatoes.  Along with the new vegetables, we also planted flowers such as gaillardia, vinca, lobelia as well as nasturtium.  The students were

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Seed to Plate Garden 2/5-3/7

Monday (2/5)- Two students from the local ICan program were observed at the PV garden.  During this time, students were encouraged to participate in gardening activities such as weeding, watering, and organizing. Verbal prompts were provided to remind the students of their tasks. Gesture prompts were provided only when students perseverate on other tasks. Most

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Lake View Garden 3/2/2018

Lakeview Garden The Lakeview Garden appears to be doing well thanks to a few improvements.  It was essential to pull the weeds that were going to seed to prevent the spread of more weeds.  So, after weeks of weeding the grounds and preparing the raised beds for plants, we were finally able to plant!  The

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