US (WA): Bastyr unveils new teaching greenhouse

At a recent event, Bastyr University faculty, students and local leaders celebrated the opening of the school’s new teaching greenhouse.

The greenhouse is meant to be a “living classroom,” providing education and resources for both Bastyr students and the general public.

Opening the greenhouse was a six-year process. It is part of the Sacred Seeds Project, which Bastyr launched in 2011.

The greenhouse is just one piece of the university’s extensive gardens, which also include an ethnobotanical trail, production beds, a reflexology footpath and a shade house.

Read more at the Bothell-Kenmore Reporter

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