The White River School Community Garden got a face lift before Thanksgiving break.  About ten people joined in an effort to revive the garden after summer construction prevented us from growing over the summer. We had to let the garden re-wild, which isn’t such a bad thing since the growth will help to build soil. This is the 4th year of what we call the “1/4 Acre Farm” that includes apple trees, gooseberries, medicinal herbs, perennials and raised beds.  On behalf of the Creative Lives After School Program (CLASP), we thank everyone who came out and for all the support! – Karen Ganey Restorative Ecology Curriculum Specialist, CLASP, White River Junction, VT