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What Is Soil? (K-2)

Healthy soil is essential for the survival of plants. Soil is composed of four main “ingredients”: minerals, water, air and organic matter.

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Compost (K-2)

Compost is our natural recycling system. Decomposers are essential for breaking down large organic matter in our soil.

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Soil Food Web (K-2)

In this lesson weʻll learn to identify the various roles of organisms within the food web and gain an understanding of how energy chains function in our soil.

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What is Soil? (3-5)

Healthy soil is essential for the survival of plants. Soil is composed of minerals, water, air and organic matter. High quality, balanced soil allows the plant to intake the ideal quantity of water.

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What is Soil? (6-8)

Soil is composed of minerals, water, air and organic matter. Weʻll look at soil composition, soil chemistry(NPK) and overall soil health. Plant health is directly related to soil health, or soil fertility and look at ways of improving.

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Compost (3-5)

Compost is our natural recycling system. Decomposers are essential for breaking down large organic matter in our soil. The recipe for compost includes “greens” and “browns”.

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Soil Food Web (3-5)

In this lesson weʻll learn: To identify the various roles of organisms within the food web and gain an understanding of how energy chains function in our soil.

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Compost (6-8)

Compost is our natural recycling system. Learn about what is in compost, the process for making compost and why it is important for our ecosystem.

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Soil Food Web (6-8)

Understanding the food web is critical to supporting our garden ecosystem. This lesson goes into how we understand the food web and how we manage pests with that knowledge.

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Erosion (6-8)

Understanding the food web is critical to supporting our garden ecosystem. This lesson goes into how we understand the food web and how we manage pests with that knowledge.

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Erosion (3-5)

Understanding the food web is critical to supporting our garden ecosystem. This lesson goes into how we understand the food web and how we manage pests with that knowledge.

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Erosion (K-2)

Understanding the food web is critical to supporting our garden ecosystem. This lesson goes into how we understand the food web and how we manage pests with that knowledge.

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Plant Parts (6-8)

Understanding the food web is critical to supporting our garden ecosystem. This lesson goes into how we understand the food web and how we manage pests with that knowledge.

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Plant Parts (3-5)

All plants have the same main parts but there is much diversity when it comes to shape, size and color; this is because the plants and plant parts are specifically adapted to the environment in which they live.

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Plant Parts (K-2)

Plants all have the same main parts. Weʻll learn what those are and purpose for each.

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Plant Life Cycle (K-2)

Most plants have 6 stages or parts to their life cycle. They start as a seed; the seed sprouts,; the plant grows and develops; reaches maturity and creates flowers; then it reproduces, where it creates fruits and seeds; and finally, the plant dies.

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Plant Life Cycle (3-5)

We'll learn more about the 6 stages of a plant life cycle and understand how seeds are dispersed. And we'll learn different ways for plants to reproduce other than through seeds.

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Plant Life Cycle (6-8)

Recognize how we can protect agricultural biodiversity by implementing traditional agricultural practices like seed saving, using heirloom varieties, and creating polycultures.

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Photosynthesis (6-8)

Photosynthesis is a crucial process to all living things by providing two essential components of life on our planet: oxygen and a usable energy source. 

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Photosynthesis (3-5)

Through photosynthesis, plants and animals, including humans, play mutually beneficial roles in one another's lives.

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