The grade 5 class leads the way at Hume School for Earth Day.
Author: Genna Lazier
As a wrap-up to Beyond Recycling at Hume School we celebrated with a Real Food Feast. The students were challenged to bring something to share with the class that was nutritious, grown locally, grown organically, homemade without unknown ingredients, used little to no disposable packaging and available in season. After introducing how and why each … Continued
We took a Good Food Field Trip to Save-On Foods to investigate food choices at one of our local grocery stores.
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How much of our waste can be diverted from our local landfill by reducing, reusing, repairing, refusing, rethinking and recycling? We took a trip to find out more!
Blasting off with Beyond Recycling at Hume School
Wheelbarrows, weeds, watering cans, mulch and tomatoes!
We are the flowers blooming in the forest, the wind blowing through the trees, and the water spilling into Kootenay Lake. We are nature!
Today was a fun and productive way to give back to the lake we love, the planet we love!
What happens to all that stuff we throw “away”? How much of our waste can be diverted from our local landfill by reducing, reusing, repairing, refusing, rethinking and recycling? We took a tour to find out more!