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Harvesting

Garden Schools is an educational programme developed by One Seed Forward and the School of Education in the University of Aberdeen. Its aim is to involve schools in being active participants in creating a physical space that can be used to increase outdoor learning and educate pupils in the benefits of growing their own food. In this module the materials provide suggestions on how to plan for the harvest, review actual results against previous learning about growth and involve the wider community.

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