The DMS Garden Explorers is an on-campus program that is available to students, faculty and families to help foster a love of the outdoors, an appreciation of healthy food and what it takes to grow it (it doesn’t just appear at the supermarkets). We create an environment to learn about our impact on future generations and ourselves by how we treat the living world around us.
Without our family of volunteers, the Garden Club would not be what it is today. They do so many things on campus, from campus clean up days to Pop-Up Farmer's Markets and beyond. There is so much hard, and sometimes it’s dirt & grime, work that goes into making this club successful. Many times our incredible gardening volunteers give up weekends to help maintain our beautiful campus. THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS!
Pop-Up Herb Market
Planting Pansies in the Kindergarten Garden
Building new raised beds for our TAP class
Saturday work / clean up day, just because they care!
Keller Williams' Project Red Day in action!
Beautifully painted garden troughs - all supplies and paint were generously donated by...you guessed it PARENTS!