Monday, November 17, 2014
Our Squash Haven Volunteers!
On Saturday, November 15, the Community Building & Organizing team hosted another volunteer event with Squash Haven at the Stevens Street Community Garden. Seven students, along with their supervisor, Kyle Compton, spent two hours raking leaves, breaking down a debris pile, and helping to construct a three-bin composting system.
It was a very chilly morning but the students worked hard and were excited to have the opportunity to learn the proper use of hand tools such as rip saws, hack saws, and power drills!
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