The Marion Cross Elementary School community enjoyed the fruits of the school garden harvest at the Open House event in October. Students harvested and prepped many pounds of vegetables – squash, tomatoes, zucchini, potatoes, corn, beans, and onions. Parent volunteers cooked it all up. King Arthur Flour generously donated many loaves of bread for our meal. Much of the harvest came from a Three Sister’s planting done by third graders last spring who had been studying Native American culture and history. This fall, the “Earth Stewardship” elective crew dove into the harvest season and helped prepare a feast which was enjoyed by all the families of the Marion Cross community. – Lindsay Putnam, LEEEP Coordinator, Marion Cross School, Norwich, VT