Spring is in full swing, and that means that the Princeton Day School organic garden is starting to sprout its bountiful harvest. This week, the 7th annual seedling sale takes place each afternoon after school outside the Campus Center. Garden Coordinator Pam Flory shared, "This year, our 4th graders have been involved in potting and caring for our seedlings and will be on hand to sell during the week." Be sure to pick up vegetable, herb, and flower seedlings all planted in cow pots that can be planted directly into the ground, which means no plastic pots in the landfill. The seedling sale supports the PDS garden program and special garden-related projects.
Sustainability Coordinator Liz Cutler also announced that this summer the school will be partnering with Arm In Arm, a nonprofit in Trenton. According to their website, Arm in Arm connects people in need of food, housing and job support with people who want to help. Ms. Cutler said, "Every week, we will be sharing our summer food harvest with them for their food pantry."