The community and school garden course allows UA students to work with teachers and students in K-12 classes in Tucson gaining hands-on experience in teaching, gardening, and local food issues. The community and school garden course is an opportunity for motivated and self-directed UA students to participate in the growing school and community garden movement. The video shows UA undergraduate students Amy Mellor and Andre Luiz Domingues as well as UA graduate Annie Silverman and graduate student Morgan Apicella at the Ochoa Elementary School working in the garden with teacher Paula McPheeters and her students. School of Geography and Development faculty member, Sallie Marston, discusses the aims of the course.
On behalf of the SGD School Garden Internship please watch the "Digging into Community" video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIVk0DB5aYE