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Urban Farming: Sprouting into the future

The sign hangs over the plants, reading: natural selection, Sprouts MVHS Gardening.

Sebastian Zhang

May 4, 2016

Photos by Sebastian Zhang Limes ripen under the sun. A drunken butterfly floats by with the wind. Shovels lie around in planter boxes, with plants in some, others empty. Weeds eat their way from the outskirts in. Slowly, relentlessly. But there is a greater force at play. When school’s out and the...

Update: Matador Meadow presents new ideas for the future

Update: Matador Meadow presents new ideas for the future

Catherine

December 11, 2013

Within a year, the garden has sprouted several new plants as MV Sprouts continues to plan for the next semester. Read More »...

Matador Meadow: A positive venture for students

Matador Meadow: A positive venture for students

Ashley Ding

May 4, 2013

If you’ve walked behind the B building recently, you’ve probably noticed a small patch of soil enclosed by a fence. It is a modest size, measuring 30 by 24 feet. This is the new MVHS garden known as the Matador Meadow. Completely student run, the garden is a wonderful idea that has been successful...

Soundslide: Matador Meadow groundbreaking held March 21

Soundslide: Matador Meadow groundbreaking held March 21

Yimeng Han

March 30, 2013

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