: Much appreciation to the @DBNewsJournal
for publishing our #GreenClassroomInitiative
event at Volusia Pines Elementary School in Lake Helen, Florida. We gifted #organic
indoor air purifying pothos plants and #heirloomseeds
to each student in Debbie Hibdon's 5th grade class. These appreciative and highly intelligent students demonstrate a desire to become good stewards of #MotherNature
and protect the miraculous wonders of the world. We are confident that this generation has the power to alleviate the problems that this globe faces and correct the injustices of the past. Through their brilliance and keen understanding, we sense that their empathetic nature will bring peace and abundance to the world.
We taught a lesson about the benefits of plants including their ability to produce oxygen and reduce Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in the environment. The students learned how to make more plants from the ones that they were given through plant propagation. We spoke about the need to compost so that waste can be turned into nutrient rich soil to lessen our negative impact on the Earth and produce bountiful harvests as well as the beauty of biodiversity. We were enthusiastic to see that they were already in the process of composting much of their food waste. We also taught them how the network of mycelium and mushrooms sustain life of this planet.
We pray that each one of them is blessed with longevity, prosperity and success, with lives full of compassion, unity and light. We appreciate Debbie Hibdon for giving us the opportunity to visit her remarkably gifted class.
Our sincerest gratitude to @KelloggGarden
, T.O. Plastics and @Azomite.