A Japanese website is now sharing information about our year-round gardening program at the Waldorf School of Cape Cod. They were kind to ask permission to write about our program in Japanese here: tabi-labo
In addition, other websites have taken our information and shared it widely, so that now the photo of children working in our hoop house has become the iconic image for school gardening in a greenhouse on the internet today. Overall, there have been more than 300,000 Facebook shares of our message and more than 60,000 pins on Pinterest.
The rewarding aspect of this wide sharing is that we have provided inspiration for others who want to align gardening classes with the school year in cool climates. While children working in the hoop house is arguably the most photogenic aspect of our work, there are other innovative aspects of our overall approach to growing, preparing and sharing food in a school community that we plan to write about. Stay tuned!