Principal Dan Rude and Teacher Jessie King of Crawford Bay Elementary/Secondary School:
Seen here working in the school greenhouse, Principal Rude and Ms. King, along with Dana Gallinger of the Crawford Bay community, have started the Full-Cycle Food Program, a (literally) groundbreaking intensive small scale agriculture community empowerment program for visiting grades 10-12 students, to commence in 2015. For more information click HERE.
The kitchen and classroom where Crawford Bay Elementary/Secondary School’s community-open inclusive lunch program resides:
Crawford Bay is on the east shore of beautiful Kootenay Lake. You can drive there from Creston to the south or take “the longest free ferry in the world” across from Balfour, which is 20 min east of Nelson, B.C.:
Part of a mentorship visual to profile community mentorship component:
Who’s working with whom:
Artistic rendering of the Crawford Bay Elementary Secondary School Pathway:
The Full Cycle Food Program:
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