Catholic Regional College in St. Albans has created an innovative garden and community outreach program that advocates for a world where students, local communities and society become agents of environmental and social regeneration.
The Arthur St Community Garden project is a living, breathing enterprise that continues to evolve and flourish, helping the school to form new partnerships, grow fresh food and re-evaluate its policy and curriculum around sustainability.
The garden allows students to gain a greater perspective about what it means to be a citizen of the planet – in union with the earth and each other. The school works to build its sustainability capacity of students, staff and community.
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