On Wednesday this week four students led by teachers Nic and Scobie broke away for an afternoon of service work, heading up to the Danny Woo Garden, a nearby terraced hillside that serves International District residents by allowing them sunny space and healthy soil to grow traditional crops from their native countries. They spent a chunk of the afternoon collecting hundreds of fallen and decaying apples from the Garden’s fruit trees to help feed the chickens in the Children’s Garden coop. Two years ago, PSCS students offered free advice on benefits of natural home remedies for both humans and animals and helped to design the Children’s Garden, an initiative of the Garden’s coordinator directed towards preserving traditional agricultural knowledge among the upcoming generations.

From Left to Right: Nic, Sofia, Margaret, Isaac, Margaux.