Caring for our Watersheds

Implemented Projects



Alpha Charter Edible Campus & Keyhole Garden, 2016

Elverta, California, U.S.

Students at Alpha Charter in Elverta were looking for a way to care for their watershed while also beautifying their school’s campus and adding to the resources in the school’s new Farm to Fork/Garden Arts program. Their proposal included the planting of fruit and shade trees on campus, installing water efficient drip irrigation, and building planter beds, including a “keyhole” teaching garden, which employs interesting alternative techniques to improve soil nutrient level while using less water. Their project will not only benefit the environment, but also serve as an outdoor hands-on learning area for students in the school for years to come.

Alpha Charter Edible Campus & Keyhole Garden

Alpha Charter Edible Campus & Keyhole Garden

Alpha Charter Edible Campus & Keyhole Garden Alpha Charter Edible Campus & Keyhole Garden

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For more information on Caring for our Watersheds, contact Beth Del Real.