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Comment by Rebecca Gillman on March 23, 2010 at 2:59am
ISM COMMUNITY GARDEN.wmv

This is a link to our community garden video. It's great to hear about you doing the same stuff, if this link doesn't work, please check out www.ism-online.org/gogreen. you can find more information there. Good luck with the green fingers!
Comment by Jose Ramirez on March 23, 2010 at 2:15pm
It looks like you guys enjoyed doing what you plan to do for the garden across the street from the school. It was cool to hear Mr. Chow's voice in the audio file. I know he has been doing so much for us behind the scenes throughout the years here at East-West. Now that he is the Parent Coordinator he can now get his recognition with a title i suppose... haha.

I'm sure the strip of land we are allowed to use will turn out great. What do you plan on planting there? I'm sure with the weather getting better so much will get done.
Comment by Susan Ettenheim on March 24, 2010 at 2:05am
I admire what you are all doing! Your first Academy Rants was not really of interest to me. I listened but it really had nothing to do with my life. All of a sudden I am interested in watching you develop your idea. The narrator's voice is starting to speak to me. She is actually narrating and connecting with listeners and helping us be there with you. I smiled, chuckled and sighed with you on the trip. I wish you well on this adventure and am proud of you! Please keep podcasting because I am curious how you will do on this project! Oh, also, if you are interested in a similar idea, check out the garden at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. The students are now growing food that is actually used on the campus!
Comment by John Eckartz on March 24, 2010 at 3:21pm
Its right accrosse from school right??

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