Prof David Sobel interviewed for the Dallas Morning News

Read about gardens being used as classrooms in this Dallas Morning News article.

Faculty member David Sobel was interviewed for the article while in the Lone Star State to speak at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas at Austin. David also worked with middle school teachers at The Girls’ School of Austin and talked at a REAL School Gardens event held at the Alex Sanger Elementary School in Dallas.

REAL School Gardens is a not-for-profit organization that supports elementary school students, teachers, and partners as they design, install, and maintain outdoor classroom gardens.

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