How to Lead a Revolution Using Your School Garden

How to Lead a Revolution Using Your School Garden

Speakers

At MUSE, students create individual passion projects that they work on for either a semester or a year with a mentor. Two of our students will be showcasing their projects. Kimberly Sanchez, a 10th grader, chose to focus on homelessness as her semester project. She grew produce at school and visited a community center where she fed over100 participants and discussed healthy eating. Emma Leyson, an 8th grade student, planted a memorial garden for the victims of the Parkland High School shooting.

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Format: Talk
Event Type: Session
Level: Deep Understanding