Maggie Tuohy was recognized with a prestigious national award for early environmental education on Monday.
Saturday’s Outdoor Learning Center workday was a huge success thanks to the many families who came out to help. A special thanks to Nate Diana, who built our new muck kitchen!
Seth Boyden will be honored later this month at the 2019 NJPTA Leadership Convention for our amazing Outdoor Learning Center and Children’s Arboretum.
We are having a short (2-hour) work afternoon in our outdoor space on Sunday, Oct. 21.
Harvest Fest is coming up FAST — Oct. 13 — and there are a million fun and very, very rewarding jobs to volunteer for, so what are you waiting for?
The last three trees were planted in the Arboretum this weekend, but we still need help to maintain our wonderful outdoor space.
More photos from the grand opening of our Children’s Arboretum, this time from our resident pro photographer, Anna Persson Herbst!
We need some help wrapping up two fun projects this weekend, April 21 and 22.
We’ll gather in the Seth Boyden backyard at 9am, and we hope to see you there!
Joe Badre, a Seth Boyden graduate, will prepare and build the garden beds this month with his fellow Boy Scouts for his Eagle Project.
We are looking for families to help water our seedlings in the Maplewood greenhouse behind Town Hall.
The remaining 60 tree markers were installed on Saturday, and now all 120 trees are ready for the April 27th Children’s Arboretum Grand Opening!
Please join us this Saturday, March 3, as we prepare the Seth Boyden Arboretum for its official April launch.
Who said you can’t use the OLC in the winter? Look at the amazing art a multiage class made today during their garden class.
Please check out “Seth Boyden Garden Recess Continues to Grow” by Katrina Campbell on the Seth Boyden page of the district website and in the Village Green!
Please consider supporting our garden activities and our students’ classrooms on Nov. 28, #GivingTuesday, by purchasing items from our Amazon wish list.
Due to a delivery issue with our bricks, we now only have one work shift planned for Saturday morning.
At this week’s garden recess, the students picked collards, washed them, made collard pesto in the blender, and ate the pesto.
Thanks to all who helped to make this year’s Harvest Festival the best yet!
Our annual Harvest Festival is Saturday, Oct. 14, from noon to 4pm, and we need your help to make it a success!