Post Tagged with: "garden"

During harvest season junior Mercedes Rodriguez picks the blooming tomatoes in the Hulme's garden.

Hulme harvests homegrown produce

By Natalie Gilbert Staff Writer The frantic scramble for keys and use of the pocket cash as you race to the local grocery store for last minute dinner items is not a rare occasion in the life of a Coppell family, but for the Hulmes the solution can be solved with the crops growing in their backyard. Ever since he […]

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Education Foundation Funding Garden at Valley Ranch Elementary

By Alex Irizarry Staff Writer On January 25th, Valley Ranch Elementary broke ground on a new school garden funded by a  7,000 dollar grant from the Coppell ISD Education Foundation. The Valley Ranch Elementary grant committee teamed with the Lowe’s in Lewisville and Real School Gardens to design and create the grant proposal for the new garden. Dubbed The Garden […]

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Going green with gardening classes

By Corrina Taylor Staff Writer The best meals come from the best ingredients, and the best ingredients come from home. Families with their own gardens have direct access to fresh vegtables without high prices. Vegetables in stores may come filled with pesticides, sometimes even showing signs of age or bruising. These are attributes that are not desirable when cooking. For those who don’t know what it takes […]

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Coppell Community Garden holds photography contest

Ashleigh Heaton Editor-in-Chief The Coppell Community Garden is seeking young photographers from Coppell, New Tech and Ranchview High School in their latest photography contest. Photographers are asked to take photos of the Coppell Community Gardens or the Coppell Farmers Market and submit them for consideration. The winner of the contest will be awarded $50 and announced in May. If you […]

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Memories grow at Storch memorial

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer Video by Drake McWhorter After losing one of their most beloved students, Coppell Middle School East has built an on-campus memorial site for eighth grader Taylor Storch. An oak tree, known as Taylor’s Tree, was planted in the center of a student-designed garden to make permanent Storch’s presence at the school. Both for the students and teachers […]

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