West Seattle weekend scene: Relaunching Denny International Middle School’s garden


Denny International Middle School‘s learning garden got a re-launch today with the help of dozens of volunteers.


Denny science teacher Anastasia Sanchez is the staff leader on the project, and West Seattle-based Little Red Hen Project is helping get the garden growing again. The key word here is “help” …


Volunteers of all ages were there to help today, and the goal is to get regular work parties going. So watch for word on how you can dig in! The garden is expected to be a great resource for lessons from biology to food justice and more.

4 Replies to "West Seattle weekend scene: Relaunching Denny International Middle School's garden"

  • Alkistu October 24, 2016 (1:50 am)

    To all of my Bernie freinds, THIS IS WHAT THE REVOLUTION LOOKS LIKE!

    • Jenn Dowell October 24, 2016 (2:28 pm)

      Working from the “bottom” up is really the only way to get things done, right?! 

      PS, the website link is an old one to our wordpress

      here’s the new one:


  • Jenn Dowell October 24, 2016 (3:30 pm)

    thelittleredhenproject.org is the correct website address. The one in the link is our beta wordpress site, which is now defunct. 

    Thank you for your support!

    • WSB October 24, 2016 (3:40 pm)

      I updated the link after your previous comment.

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