College Hosts Youth Garden Activity Day

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A nest of baby killdeer discovered.
A nest of baby killdeer discovered.

The Youth Garden, part of the Community Garden at Sheridan College was a-buzz with children Thursday morning. Close to 20 kids, ages 3-12, took part in activities geared to get children excited about plants, gardening, and familiar with where their food comes from.

Ami Erickson, Dean of Sheridan College's Ag and Science programs explains what she planned for the pint-sized gardeners.

The Youth Garden was planted by the kids in June.

Elizabeth Fedy, was there with her two girls, Harper and Claire. They spend their summers in Sheridan and the remainder of the year they live in Ontario, Canada. There are a few differences here in Wyoming.

The outdoor activities gets everyone out of the house.

The next Youth Garden Activity Day will be held on August 14th and hopes are that there will be some vegetables to harvest.

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