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    • 1912, Jun 9

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    • Sun. June 9, 1912: Ther. Warm Finished planting the pumpkins and planted 3 lbs. corn planter corn Mary helped me this P.M. Monday 10: Ther. Cut about an acre of lucern am. then went to Rockville
    • 1910, page 10

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    • 10 In 1905 the Legislature appropriated $5,000 for a boiler house, which was erected during the summer. A sum of $600 was appropriated for securing water for the grounds. The water was secured and the planting of shrubbery and trees...
    • 1912, Jun 21

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    • Fri. June 21, 1912: Ther. Hot Wea. Sprinkle South Wind Finishing up the watering planting Hickory King corn on part of the orchard piece. Saturday 22: Ther. Warm Wea. Windy Hauled my hay from the F. Field Took 1245 pounds to the Bishop for...
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    • 17 The benefits of learning in school gardens can be plentiful. The school, community, teachers, families, and students, all benefited from school gardens. Interdisciplinary learning. School gardens have been a tool to teach multiple subjects at...
    • 1912, Aug 2

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    • Fri. Aug. 2, 1912: Ther. Cool Wea. rain pm Planted a little more corn Uncle J.P. Terry gave the children Patriarchal blessings Saturday 3: Ther. Cool Wea. Clear Finished planting the seed corn have about three quarters of an acre in We finished...
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    • XW ' 4 ' ' ' '* Ag. Club I'irst row: Sargent, Foster Stephens, Sampson, Arm-strong, Barney, Riddle Second row: Wright, Fos- Icr. \clson. Fsplin. Rollins. Wasden, Pfisler, Mathews, < i.ilcs, Sargent. F. F. A. First row: Krrlr, li.uici. Scliopptnan,...
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    • 29 reduce barriers. Teachers who were familiar with maintenance people were able to solicit their input for planting opportunities (Coffee & Rivkin,1998). An obtained copy of the physical plans for schools helped to avoid utility lines and other...
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    • 35 were identified as rural, suburban, or urban. The population sample consisted of district administrators in public suburban schools. Ten urban cities across the nation from varying planting zones and geographical locations were selected with...
    • 1906, page 8

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    • 8 SOUTHERN BRANCH In 1905 the Legislature appropriated $5,000 for a Boiler House which was erected during the summer. A sum of $600 was appropriated for securing water for the grounds. The water was secured and the planting of shrubbery...
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    • 45 Table 1 Population for Investigation into Barriers to School Gardens Urban City Suburban City Approx. Population Planting Zone Urban 1 $61,962 1,300,000 10B Suburb 1A 50,000 10B Suburb 1B 27,000 10B Suburb 1CÂȘ 13,000 10B Urban 2 $48,881...
    • 1910, page 56

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    • 56 (1) Seeds, cuttings, layerings, grafting, budding. (b) Planting and cultivation of trees. (1) Preparation of the ground. (2) Species and varieties for various localities. (3) Cover crops. (c) Pruning and spraying. THURSDAY MORNING. ...
    • 1912, page 57

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    • 57 Two recitations and one laboratory period each week. Three hours credit. First Term. Breed Types. This course covers the history, characteristics of the differnt breeeds of horses, cattle, sheep, and swine. The student will...
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    • 49 Question four of the interview measured the resources provided by the school districts. The consolidated school districts, of which three suburb groups reported, were summarized first followed by the fifteen suburban school districts. There was...
    • Page 53

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    • 50 that made produce difficult to grow. S2C was the suburban school district that had the most gardens, yet the smallest population, and also provided the most resources. The garden presence in Suburban group 3 was varied. S3A did not have a...
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    • On Friday, January 3 1, the camp was called together by order of the President who expressed his mind to the settlers. He stated that the ground was now fit to plow and that it would be well to commence putting in wheat. He informed the brethren...
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    • evening and found in his gizzard some tivo dollars worth of gold dust. It has produced no small excitement in town. February 25: I examined the gold taken out of Pugmire's rooster and believe it to be brass. I placed my magnet in it and it took it...
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    • 27 due to planting the seeds of opportunity. Once the myriad of careers were presented, the students had ideas about what interested them and what did not and more importantly what training or education is required for each of the...
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    • 78 Joseph, L.C., (2001). How does your garden grow? Multimedia Schools, Mar/April 2001, Vol. 8 Issue 2. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database, doi: 10750479. Kohlstedt, S. G. (2008). A better crop of boys and girls: the school gardening...

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