Our ALEC students at BVIS have been working hard all year to find ways to create sustainable gardens. They have sewn reused felt into pockets to create vertical gardens and have upcycled old tyres to create colourful, circular gardens.
Last year, they sold their harvest to raise funds so that they can continue their sustainable gardening efforts at local schools in Ho Chi Minh City. Last year’s funds were allocated to the purchase of soil, paints and plants to start a tyre garden at Pham Hung School, Binh Chanh. It was a grand success!
This week, ALEC harvested their herbs once again, hoping that they can fund a new garden project at a different local school. They sold their herbs for a small donation before and after school.
Well done to ALEC for planting seeds of sustainability wherever they go!