Sunday, September 29, 2013

Green Apple Day of Service at Corona

Green Apple is a global movement to put all children in schools where they have clean and healthy air to breathe, where energy and resources are conserved, and where they can be inspired to dream of a brighter future.  Read more here.

We planted an herb garden.

Parents and students.

Students with Lisa, USGBC member and Jessica of TUHSD.

Zack looks over s seed package.


Eduarda and Lisa.

Ms. Arbogast and her student plant radish seeds.

Danielle plants mustard.

Getting to know each other.

Aron transplants herbs.

Transplanting herbs with the girls.

Mr. Brown, Corona's Principal, stops by.

David is a Garden Guy fan.

Food.  Thanks Jessica.


Rhet and Mr. Brown

Phones and bamboo.

Dad and daughter photographer team.

Watering the herb garden.

A little more planting.

Mr. Brown and Annemarie.

Assembling the new weed eater.


Corona newspaper stops by.

Pruning the roses.

In the spirit of recycling, the guys chip the fallen tree branches for mulch.

Fathers with their sons.

Another USGBC member making the rounds and visiting the participating high schools.

Serious weeding by the Burgess family.

The take away from this experience is that when people and their specific skills come together to support a cause, wonderful things happen.  Corona's community is richer because of this.
Now we must keep that herb garden alive.  :-)

1 comment:

  1. So, so proud of you! And sorry I missed such an excellent event! Brava, Duda! You are making this world a better place!!