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A Teaching School Garden Slowly Takes Form in Pakistan

Shauna Nep

Less than a handful of schools in Pakistan integrate common curriculum with gardening and agriculture. The Abruzzi School Garden in the village of Siankhor is the first initiative, in a rural setting, born of the minds of its student body and local residents.

"To ensure the garden’s sustainability, it became increasingly clear to us that the entire community must see the project as essential, and understand its concept – in order to respect its function."

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9 people think this is good

  • Nicole Gulotta
  • Zachary Slobig
  • Jacob Medjuck
  • Liz Dwyer
  • Allison Le

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