“We’re trying to teach our kids about how to pack nutritious lunches, what is grown around us in terms of our farmers and how they support us,” said Stacey Gherasim, Principal of St. Catherine School.
Gherasim says the students have had the chance to grow their own food in the school’s garden since May.
“They’re so excited to be outside and get their hands in the dirt. And to know that this is all because of them, they’ve done this themselves.”
More than five thousand Regina students took part in the event this year.