Two Awesome Recipes for Your August Harvest

Healthy Zucchini Tomato Bake “This Healthy Zucchini Tomato Bake recipe is an easy way to use up all your summer vegetables. Fresh, healthy and full of flavor – it’s the perfect side dish!” The Clean Eating Couple Ingredients 1 cup zucchini sliced 1 cup yellow squash sliced 2 cups tomatoes sliced 2 tablespoons basil fresh, chopped 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper Instructions Preheat oven to […]

Why Choose Native Plants?

When you hear things like “choose native plants for your yard,” what does this really mean and why is it important? Native plants are ones that occur naturally in a region in which they evolved without human influence. These plants are the ecological basis which life depends on to continue supporting a biodiverse environment; for […]

Tower Garden

Teachers at Park City High School (PCHS) and Treasure Mountain Junior High have embraced Tower Gardens in their classrooms to be used in very creative ways. Students will benefit from these innovative-thinking instructors who will introduce them to a new way of growing plants and food. Michelle Stratton, English teacher at TMJH, seized the opportunity […]


Magic ingredient: Singing? At the School Garden at Trailside elementary school, a Garden Journal is being kept where students record their activity and observations in the garden. Grace and Dave Symons wrote in late August: “Picked up some garbage today and some dead leaves under the squash plants; green onions need to be harvested but […]


Tower Gardens are a great way to take food education into the classroom. McPolin third grade Spanish teacher, Todd Hansen, is 3rd Grade Teacher, Todd Hansen, with Salsa Tower Gardengrowing a salsa garden in his class room. During an upcoming math lesson, the students will harvest the tomatoes, cilantro and peppers and use a recipe […]

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