Rooted in Wyoming | Holy Name “Garden of Isidore”
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About This Project

Named after the patron saint of farmers, this is what RiW fondly refers to as the, “pop-up” garden! HNS has been in production since 2017. It serves as not only a source for fresh produce but also an extension of the school’s science lab, complete with an observatory hive of bees that help to pollinate it! Who would have thought that Brussels sprouts would end up being the student’s favorite vegetable the first year?


Community Partners: Holy Name School, Knecht Home Center, Wyoming Roofing, Landon’s Greenhouse, & Holliday Family Farms


For more information or volunteer inquires, contact:  Lisa McClintock  //



Garden of Isidore at Holy Name

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