Last week, the bright and creative 6th graders from Jacob Hiatt Magnet School painted beautiful landscapes that will be displayed at our Bioshelter. Students paired up to design their own signs; drawings included flowers, fruits, vegetables, rainbows, and animals. The signs paintings will be hung up in the next few days in anticipation of the 6th graders' field trip to the Bioshelter. They will have an opportunity to explore the urban orchard, see their artwork, and learn about all the exciting ways they can continue to be involved with the Bioshelter. 

A huge thank you to the teachers and staff at JHMS, WCG intern Lorenzo, and Hiatt Center staffer Helen Segil for making this project such a success!