In the garden...
Keep a look out, we'll have some delicious fresh picked items in the garden real soon.
Who knew Broccoli grew like this and the Basil, oh the Basil, it smells sooo good!!!
Read this fabulous article that was in the News Examiner regarding Union & Gallatin High School joining forces to help feed the hungry.
Sweet little hens made the paper!
2016 Greenhouse Plant Sale
Tuesday 19th - Friday 22nd
Come support our greenhouse Tuesday-Friday from 3:00-4:00
$2.50 for 6 pack of..
Marigold (orange, yellow)
Impatients (blue, white, red)
Petunias (purple, blue, red, white)
Vincas (red, white)
Peppers (bell, jalapeno, sweet banana, cayenne)
5" Geranium (red, pink)
10" Boston Fern
$11.00 per flat
Tomatoes (beefsteak, big boy, sweet 100, bradley, better boy)
We're raising hens....
Mr. Collins, in conjunction with Gallatin High School FFA,
received a $2,500.00 grant from
Egg It On
Through the funds from the National FFA Organization, a few of our Union families have signed up to raise chicks into laying hens!! Its purpose is to bring a percentage of the eggs back to school to donate to the Sumner County Food Bank. We had a total of 150 baby chicks in the classroom, a few of those chicks will stay here at Union so that our students can be a part of this wonderful experience. We're very thankful for the National FFA Organization, Gallatin High School and this great opportunity.
Cassie Goodman, Abigail Barnett, Olivia Chaffin, Landon Farris, Caitly Chaney, Nick Sullivan, Jack Swinehart
The above students and their families are participating in the "Egg It On" program
**Parents please continue sending in your empty egg cartons to Mr. Collins**
ALL garden/greenhouse plants are available to you for only a donation...
as this is what helps to keep our garden and greenhouse stocked.
Leeks, Collards, and Rosemary Plants are available now!!
We learn to plant and pick beans.
We learn how to care for the hens and collect eggs daily to sale.