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GW Composting and Gardening Program

We collected compost from the Anthropology department and deposited it in our small scale composting program as well as watered and repotted plants. We then organized the pots and cleaned the greenhouse.

Gave 2.00 hours on 11/22/2019 with BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service
GW Composting and Gardening Program

We collected compost from the Anthropology department and deposited it in our small scale composting program as well as watered and repotted plants. We then organized the pots and cleaned the greenhouse.

Gave 1.50 hours on 11/16/2019 with BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service
Martha's Table

We helped in bagging fresh, organic produce to the families of the elementary school the farmer's market took place in. First we helped unload, then lay out all the produce of great variety, then bagged specific amounts of each item to ensure the families were getting enoug of each item, including apples, plums, lemons, bananas, potatoes, tomatos, celery, corn, onion, lettuce, and pantry items like vegetable oil and canned chicken. After bagging just over 130 bags we assisted in handing out the preassorted bags as well as with making more custom orders during the actual farmer's market that took place as the kids were getting picked up from school while getting to know the local families. It was an extremely enjoyable and rewarding experience.

Gave 3.50 hours on 11/15/2019 with BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service
GW Composting and Gardening Program

We watered the plants, repotting new rosemary and spinach seedlings, and cleaned around greenhouse. Additionally, we visited the Anthropology department to pick up their compost (fruits, veggies, egg shells, etc.) for the week to implement into our small scale program. We worked as a team to ensure the greenhouse and composting area was clear and ready for the upcoming harvest and new plants to come in.

Gave 2.00 hours on 11/08/2019 with BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service
SOME (So Others Might Eat)

I did a lunch serve where we cleaned and set the cafeteria space for 3 sets of incoming clients of about 300 people. I mainly assisted in serving the food onto plates for the clients to eat for the 3 lunch serves and setting the tables.

Gave 3.00 hours between 11/03/2019 and 11/04/2019 with BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service
GW Composting and Gardening Program

We watered the plants, repotting new cabbage and spinach seedlings, and cleaned around greenhouse. Additionally, we visited the Anthropology department to work togheter in taking their compost (fruits, veggies, egg shells, etc.) to implement into our small scale program. We worked as a team to ensure the greenhouse and composting area was clear and ready for the upcoming harvest and new plants to come in.

Gave 2.00 hours on 11/01/2019 with BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service
Martha's Table

We helped in bagging fresh, organic produce to the families of the elementary school the farmer's market took place in. First we helped unload, then lay out all the produce of great variety, then bagged specific amounts of each item to ensure the families were getting enoug of each item, including oranges, pears, kiwis, bananas, potatoes, tomatos, carrot, corn, onion, lettuce, and pantry items like vegetable oil and canned chicken. After bagging just over 150 bags we assisted in handing out the preassorted bags as well as with making more custom orders during the actual farmer's market that took place as the kids were getting picked up from school while getting to know the local families. It was an extremely enjoyable and rewarding experience that helped families in District 7, a food desert, get clean access to fresh and healthy produce.

Gave 4.00 hours on 10/25/2019 with BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service
GW Composting and Gardening Program

We watered the plants, assissted in cleaning a frog tank and changing the water while cleaning around greenhouse. Additionally, we reached out to the local Anthropology department to work togheter in taking their compost (fruits, veggies, egg shells, etc.) to implement into our small scale program. We worked as a team to ensure the greenhouse and composting area was clear and ready for the upcoming harvest and new plants to come in.

Gave 2.00 hours on 10/25/2019 with BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service