Valarie Arce, 7, with string beans picked at the garden at Seminole Elementary School on Thursday, March 5, 2015. The school started a garden as part of their participation in the Fairchild Challenge. The Challenge has taught students and teachers at Seminole Elementary to grow and take care of 54 different varieties of plants such as bananas, beans, chocolate mint and lavender in their school garden, which they call “an outdoor classroom” that recycles and uses water from the school building’s A/C system.
Valarie Arce, 7, with string beans picked at the garden at Seminole Elementary School on Thursday, March 5, 2015. The school started a garden as part of their participation in the Fairchild Challenge. The Challenge has taught students and teachers at Seminole Elementary to grow and take care of 54 different varieties of plants such as bananas, beans, chocolate mint and lavender in their school garden, which they call “an outdoor classroom” that recycles and uses water from the school building’s A/C system. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Valarie Arce, 7, with string beans picked at the garden at Seminole Elementary School on Thursday, March 5, 2015. The school started a garden as part of their participation in the Fairchild Challenge. The Challenge has taught students and teachers at Seminole Elementary to grow and take care of 54 different varieties of plants such as bananas, beans, chocolate mint and lavender in their school garden, which they call “an outdoor classroom” that recycles and uses water from the school building’s A/C system. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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