August 25th, 2012

WATCH: Greening City Schools, One Garden At A Time

Green space is sprouting up in low income, urban schools all across Northern New Jersey thanks to City Green, a non-profit organization that is establishing school gardens and gardening programs in cities like Paterson, NJ. Learning Matters’ Lauren White reports on how City Green is not only changing the landscape of schools like P.S. 7 in Paterson — but also fostering students’ interest in creating green space outside of school.

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Way to go school 7. I just witnessed the beautiful butterfly plant. You are helping to make the community of Paterson aware of how it can become greener. Kudos!

School 7 rocks!!! We have great students and great teachers. Yea..Mrs. Arrrington and City Green.

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