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Exciting Changes for Grow La Crosse

New Executive Director and Board Members We are excited to announce Grow La Crosse hired Anne Seehafer as their first Executive Director in January.   As co-founder and past president of the board, Anne has been with Grow…
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Stay Green This Winter

We had a great year in the gardens this year, and we hope you enjoyed growing this year too.  While sometimes winter seems like a great time to take a break from gardening, we encourage…
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Harvesting the Seeds

With the decreasing temperatures these past few weeks, it is time to start saving seeds and “put the gardens to bed” for the winter.  Students at State Road Elementary and Hamilton/SOTA 1 helped us with this…
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Ground Cherries!

Ground Cherries!
Autumn is upon us and with it comes a time of harvesting what the garden has abundantly produced. The kids at State Road Elementary School have recently had the opportunity to see what has come of…
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Taste Tour

Hamilton/SOTA 1 students participated in their first garden lesson of the school year.  Each lesson began with reminding the students that everything growing in the garden is there because of the seeds they planted last…
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Farm Festival & School Garden News

Thank you to ALL who were a part of the Fall Festival! Here are recent news articles on what Grow La Crosse has been up to in the schools. http://www.news8000.com/news/grow-la-crosse-festival-puts-local-agriculture-in-focus/35243416http://www.news8000.com/news/area-students-enjoy-fresh-produce-from-school-garden/35227232 http://www.wxow.com/story/30013362/2015/09/11/hamilton-elementary-enjoys-produce-from-school-garden http://lacrossetribune.com/news/local/grow-la-crosse/article_fde84f18-b9b5-57ad-ac52-2e9d41cd6e61.html Again, thank you…
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Arugula Seed Collecting

Now that the Hamilton/SOTA kids are back in session, they come to help during their recess, watering, weeding, tasting, and always learning. This week they gathered up dozens of arugula pods in order to harvest…
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