about | Keepers of the earth

Learn about the history and purpose of the Living Classroom Learning Lab and each unique Ecosystem in the garden.

“Learn from nature. See how everything gets accomplished and how the miracle of life unfolds without dissatisfaction or unhappiness.”

~ Eckhart Tolle ~

There is magic and mystery abiding before us in a place called the Natural World. It is here where we witness the circle of life continuing season after season. There is a need for all the plants and animals of the natural world to survive. In order for all plants and animals to continue to exist, we need to understand why their relationship to us is so important. It is here in the natural world that we see the interconnectedness and interdependence of plants and animals. These relationships benefit us all, and it is realized in the food we eat.

Come along as we explore what the natural world is all about. Investigate the topics of how ecosystems work, of how plants and animals adapt to climate and protect themselves from predators, of how our animal pollinators have a symbiotic relationship with the plants they pollinate, and how we must help it continue to exist.

It is up to all of us to be the Keepers of the Earth.

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