North Middle School Garden Festival : Nyhetsfoto

North Middle School Garden Festival

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AURORA, CO. - MAY 18: (l-r) Saiah Brydon, 8, and his sisters, Sierra, 12, and Serenity, 8, react while learning about compost during the North Middle School Garden Festival in Aurora, CO May 18, 2013. The youths had just been informed that the worm castings they were smelling is also called 'worm poop.' The celebration marked the opening of the first school-based community garden in Aurora Public Schools. The project, funded by The Piton Foundation, was made possible through a partnership of Aurora Public Schools, Denver Urban Gardens (DUG), and Anschutz Medical Campus Department of Family Medicine and BRANCH, a multi-disciplinary student organization from the medical campus. A second garden is scheduled to open later this year at Hinkley High School. (Photo By Craig F. Walker/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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AURORA, CO. - MAY 18: (l-r) Saiah Brydon, 8, and his sisters, Sierra, 12, and Serenity, 8, react while learning about compost during the North Middle School Garden Festival in Aurora, CO May 18, 2013. The youths had just been informed that the worm castings they were smelling is also called 'worm poop.' The celebration marked the opening of the first school-based community garden in Aurora Public Schools. The project, funded by The Piton Foundation, was made possible through a partnership of Aurora Public Schools, Denver Urban Gardens (DUG), and Anschutz Medical Campus Department of Family Medicine and BRANCH, a multi-disciplinary student organization from the medical campus. A second garden is scheduled to open later this year at Hinkley High School. (Photo By Craig F. Walker/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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18 maj 2013
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lr Saiah Brydon and his sisters Sierra and Serenity react while... Nyhetsfoto 169011872Aurora - Colorado,Horisontell,Högstadium,Jord,Kvinnopersoner,Lärande,Mänskligt intresse,Stillhet,Syster,USAPhotographer Collection: Denver Post Copyright - 2013 The Denver Post, MediaNews Group.AURORA, CO. - MAY 18: (l-r) Saiah Brydon, 8, and his sisters, Sierra, 12, and Serenity, 8, react while learning about compost during the North Middle School Garden Festival in Aurora, CO May 18, 2013. The youths had just been informed that the worm castings they were smelling is also called 'worm poop.' The celebration marked the opening of the first school-based community garden in Aurora Public Schools. The project, funded by The Piton Foundation, was made possible through a partnership of Aurora Public Schools, Denver Urban Gardens (DUG), and Anschutz Medical Campus Department of Family Medicine and BRANCH, a multi-disciplinary student organization from the medical campus. A second garden is scheduled to open later this year at Hinkley High School. (Photo By Craig F. Walker/The Denver Post via Getty Images)