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    • School Gardengram lesson unit no. 6, "How can we judge the quality of our garden soil?"

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Lesson plans; Teacher Education; Teaching--Aids and devices; Soil conservation; Ecology;...
    • "School Gardengram, Published by National Garden Institute, a Division Friends of the Land, 1368 N. High St., Columbus, 0; Volume I, Number 8, December, 1950. "How can we judge the quality of our garden soil?" includes definition of soil, types of...
    • School Gardengram, "Organic matter for garden soils"

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Lesson plans; Teacher Education; Teaching--Aids and devices; Soil conservation; Ecology;...
    • "School Gardengram; vol. IV, no. 3., Published by National Garden Institute, 13689 N. High St. Columbus 1, Ohio, May 1953; Organic matter for garden soils, a lesson by Paul R. Young"; This lesson outlines the fundamental importance of adding...
    • School Gardengram, "A message to school people"

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Lesson plans; Teacher Education; Teaching--Aids and devices
    • "School Gardengram Published by National Garden Institute, a Division of Friends of the Land 1368 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio, "A message to school people" provides materials to readers who are interested in teaching gardening to children, this...
    • School Gardengram lesson unit no. 17, "How can we make a new lawn?"

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Lesson plans; Teacher Education; Teaching--Aids and devices; Lawns
    • "School Gardengram, published by National Garden Institute, 1368 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio, vol. III, No. 2, February 1952; School Gardengram lesson unit no. 17, by Paul Young, How can we make a new lawn?" Lesson covers all aspects of seeding a...
    • School Gardengram lesson unit no. 20, "Why are fertilizers used to improve our gardens?"

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Lesson plans; Teacher Education; Teaching--Aids and devices; Fertilizers; School gardens;...
    • "School Gardengram, vol. III, no. 5; published by the National Garden Institute, 1368 N. High St., Columbus 1, Ohio, May, 1952; lesson unit no. 20, by Paul R. Young, Why are fertilizers used to improve our gardens?; May 1952"; Lesson plan about...
    • Remembering Ruetenik Gardens

    • Ruetenik Gardens; Agriculture; People associated with agriculture; Truck farming; Farming; Vegetables; Food industry; Croplands
    • "The following brief account, gathered from both formal and informal sources, will give a little history, background, and information about what was once one of the most successful businesses in the area, Ruetenik Gardens." "For nearly half a...
    • Scripts for science - sixth grade, [radio] station WBOE, Cleveland Public Schools, school year...

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Instructional radio programs; WBOE (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); WCPN (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Children &...
    • Radio lesson scripts for "Science - sixth grade, [radio] station WBOE, Cleveland Public Schools, school year 1945-1946," includes 27 weekly science lessons and two semester tests. Subjects of the lessons include, geology, sound, electricity, light,...
    • Erosion science experiment in a Cleveland, Ohio school science class

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Soil conservation
    • "Do plants really help to keep the soil from washing away?" is written on the blackboard as two students perform a soil erosion experiment in a Cleveland, Ohio science class.
    • Construction of foundation for buildings 6 and 21.

    • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; Construction
    • View from ground level of foundation work for new building. An excavator is seen in the rear of the photo, and workers are seen next to it, working on a tractor trailer. On the left, a masonry/concrete machine is being used; a worker with his...
    • Construction of foundation of Buildings 6 and 21

    • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; Construction; Construction workers
    • View of the wood framing of the foundation of the buildings. Workers in the foreground have cast off coveralls, which lay on a pile of soil. A ladder leads to street level on the right hand side. A tractor trailer on the left has discharged its...
    • Lakewood Sewage Treatment Plant

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lakewood Sewage Treatment Plant; Rocky River Valley
    • Lakewood Sewage Treatment Plant worker, John Kilbane, and chemist, W. Eugene Schlechty, prepare for the Sewage Treatment Plant's soil conditioning sludge sale. The Plant is located at northern end of the MetroPark's Rocky River Reservation, south...

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