iGROW with Project MOST - July 2019


This July we will be holding our iGrow summer learning program at the Springs school.

If you are interested in registering your child, please contact our Education Director, Martha Stotzky, martha@projectmost.org. Students learn how to grow and maintain a vegetable garden using organic practices.  In addition to weeding, watering, and studying ladybugs, worms and aphids, students love to sketch and read in the garden!
Our “farm to table” approach allows students to harvest vegetables and herbs and use these ingredients in their lunches.  Smoothies, salads, vegetable quesadillas, and whole wheat pasta with homemade pesto are some of their favorite recipes! The palates of our students have expanded through this program. Our motto is “if they pick it they’ll eat it!”
Additionally, students learn about the natural and cultural treasures of our community.  Sites we visit include Louse Point, the Walking Dunes, Quail Hill Farm, the East Hampton Town Fish Hatchery, Guild Hall, the East Hampton Farm Museum, the East Hampton Farmer’s Market, and the Town Marine Museum.