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Tess Johnson and Willie Price children plant seeds at the new greenhouse.OXFORD, Miss. – A new greenhouse promises to promotehealthy eating habits and offer hands-on learning opportunities to pre-Kchildren at the University of Mississippi’s Willie Price Lab School, as well asproviding fresh vegetables for needy UM students through the Ole Miss FoodBank. Tess Johnson, a UM graduate student in healthpromotion and mother of a Willie Pricestudent, led an effort to build the greenhousewith an $8,000 grant from the UM Green Fund.The facility was completed earlier this month. A preschool operated by the UM School of Education, Willie Price serves the LOU community with pre-K education for 3- and 4-year-olds. Willie Price’s enrollment is growing with the addition of another 3K and 4K class for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. “My hope for the graduate students at WilliePrice is that they will be able to see how they can implement a program that isbig or small into their classroom and use more hands-on opportunities,”Johnson said. “Teachers will be able to be as creative with the greenhouseas they want to be. “As a new teacher, it can be overwhelming tobring your class outside for learning experiences. Hopefully, the greenhousewill make them comfortable and excited about curriculum outside of theclassroom. “ With the greenhouse program, children will chartplant growth, analyze plant parts and life cycles, and incorporate creativeactivities, such as sketching and journaling plants, as part of the WilliePrice curriculum. “The Green Fund Committee felt that this was animportant project to fund because it will provide experiential learningopportunities to pre-K students as well as UM students involved in WilliePrice,” said Lindsey Abernathy, chair of the UM Green Fund and associatedirector of the UM Office of Sustainability. “The food that we eat isdirectly connected to the health of our bodies, the environment and localeconomies. “The greenhouse project will expand the goodwork already being done at Willie Price and help students learn firsthand wheretheir food comes from and how whole foods grown with sustainable practicesimpact their health and well-being, which are important components of fosteringsustainability in our community.” In fall 2017, Johnson implemented a gardening programat Willie Price when the opportunity was presented with a few small plots ofsoil outside. Last fall, the school ordered a tower garden, which is a soilless,vertical aeroponic growing system with a faster turnaround than traditionalgrowing, to place in the school’s lobby so children could see the plants’growth day by day. Johnson received $8,000 from the UM Green Fund to build the Willie Price greenhouse.With the grant from the UM Green Fund, three newtower gardens will be added to the greenhouse. “They have seen the process take place threetimes now since the fall,” Johnson said. “I have noticed that thekids are more willing to try new foods and pick it off the plant and eat itbecause they are a part of the entire process. “That’s what I love about the gardening andtowers and greenhouses because kids get to be involved from seed to harvest sothey really start to connect with healthy food. We hope through this processthat kids’ perspectives of vegetables will change.” The children plant seeds and transfer the plants tothe tower garden, watch them grow and then harvest the crops. When theyharvested the first crops, some children were more willing to try vegetablesthat they had grown, prompting Johnson to write a grant to expand the gardeningprogram. “Watching my daughter’s perception change aboutvegetables through the gardening program has been really interesting,”said Ashley Crumby, parent of a child at Willie Price. “You would notexpect a 4-year-old to like vegetables, but she requested that we eat salad theother night, which I know is a direct response to Tess’s gardening program. “As a young child, she understands the life cycleof a plant and what they need to grow from garden to plate, which hasencouraged her to eat vegetables since she has been a part of that process.” Another goal of the greenhouse program is to use partof the harvests in the Willie Price cafeteria and to donate to the Ole MissFood Bank. The lab school will be growing leafy greens, tomatoes, cucumbers andherbs, among other crops, in the greenhouse. The greenhouse will enhance Willie Price’s curriculum and support the UM Food Bank.Teachers also will grow flowering plants for learningpurposes. Instead of talking about plant parts or the life cycle of plants andwhat they need to grow inside, teachers can take their classes outside so thechildren will be able to see it in person in a hands-on environment. Johnson’s plan after graduation is to continuegardening programs on a larger scale in schools around the state, including theOxford School District. She is working with Bramlett Elementary School andDella Davidson Elementary School in Oxford to expand their gardening programswith tower gardens. Johnson said she thinks that if healthy eating ispromoted at a young age, it will continue to build throughout children’s lifetimes. “The staff at Willie Price, including the twodirectors, have been so supportive of this program,” she said. “Theyhave been so open to these opportunities, so I’m so thankful for them to beable to see the learning opportunities that kids have from a growing program.” The UM Green Fund is administered by a committee ofstudents, faculty and staff to support innovative sustainability projects oncampus. It is funded by a baseline contribution of $15,000 a year from theuniversity, and also through donations. All Ole Miss students and employees are eligible torequest project funding from the Green Fund, which accepts applications eachNovember. By Kathleen Murphy Higher Ed Alumna To Present at AERA»« Alumna Named Outstanding First-Year Teacher

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