Eat this up: School gardens featured as learning tool

Learn more about how Ann Arbor youngsters spend outdoor time learning in school gardens.

Student-made garden markers for the Burns Park School Garden.

Marianne Rzepka’s June 20 “Seeds & Stems” column in The Ann Arbor Chronicle takes readers to three Ann Arbor Public Schools school gardens: Ann Arbor Open @ Mack, Burns Park and Bryant elementary schools. “There’s a lot to learn from growing a garden, and a lot of Ann Arbor’s schools are finding that out,” her column begins. Click here to visit the site and read the full story.

Rzepka, a former reporter for The Ann Arbor News and Detroit Free Press, writes her gardening column regularly for The Chronicle. She lives in Ann Arbor.

The AAPSNews also featured Burns Park and Northside elementary gardens in an article. Click here for that story.

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