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Nasturtium, Repurposing, Food Forest

Plant of the Week: Nasturtium Nasturtium (Tropaeolum) are growing in multiple locations on campus. These cheery, edible flowers are deliciously spicy and taste wonderful in salads. They make a lovely companion plant because they also deter pests in the garden. Enjoy a...

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Wood Sorrel, Water Audit, Breaking Ground for the Hearth

Plant of the Week: Wood Sorrel In the family Oxalidaceae, the small heart-shaped, “folded” leaves grow in groups of 3. The tiny flowers are typically white or yellow though they can be pink or violet depending on species. What color are the flowers on the...

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Senior Projects Launched!

Every year, based on their interests, each senior undertakes an independent research project that culminates in an essay, an activity (usually related), and an oral report. Seniors strengthen skills that last a lifetime—including the ability to think for themselves...

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Math: The World of Thinking

By Jeremy Bates, Math Specialist: Don’t you just love math? Mathematics is different than every other subject taught in school, even the Waldorf school. Only in mathematics are we able to enter into the world of thinking in such a way that the practical, tangible...

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