THIS SUNDAY, plan to visit the coolest home tour in Dallas, the Peep at the Coops Tour. Headquartered at Stonewall Gardens, maps will be sold for $5.00 each from 11-5. Visit Stonewall Garden’s Coop, get this year’s awesome t-shirt, check out the marketplace, grab a bite from a food truck and then head out to see urban coops spread out over East Dallas. Don’t forget to bring your old computers to recycle, IBar K Recycling will take that old computer off your hands.
Enter to win a Mobile Coop, courtesy of Mobile Chicken Coops. Raffle tickets are $5.00 each, and the winner gets to pick from this selection:
A huge thank you to our sponsors. You are generous, and we are grateful! Thank you goes to : Transit Bicycle, MStreets.com, Coyote Creek Feed Mill and Farm, Preservation Tree Services Inc, Mobile Coop Company, The Corner Market, The Custom Coop Company, Trinity Haymarket, Roach Feed & Seed, Merriman Park Elementary, Moss Haven Outdoor Learning Center, Special Counsel, Gecko Hardware, Greenling and Edible
STONEWALL GARDENS MENTIONED IN BUBBLELIFE – Click to view!
THANK YOU VERITEX COMMUNITY BANK FOR THE WONDERFUL
FOOD TRUCK FIELD DAY!!!
The GREEN TIP GUY talks about the upcoming PEEP AT THE COOPS TOUR.
Green Ribbon for Stonewall!
Our school featured for its outdoor science and nature program
Stonewall is the proud recipient of the Green Ribbon Schools Award, one of just 42 schools to receive this honor. This program was developed by the Texas Children in Nature Coalition, comprised of Texas education and environmental groups that are working together to provide opportunities for children to learn in nature. The Green Ribbon Award recognizes Stonewall for promoting such opportunities, and features our school on its home page.
Read more about the award and the many elements of our garden program as described by Stonewall teachers.
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Posted on May 22, 2013 by Barbara Uskovich
He was cheerful. He was overly friendly. And he was smiling. I’ve known him for decades, so I had the advantage to notice the warning signs. I need a “favor” on behalf of the garden were the initial utterances. Being an advocate of our school garden I expected he needed photographs, journal examples, or lesson [...]Read "By Friday by Barbara Uskovich" full post.