Youngsters check out their green-fingered skills

LOCHABER RURAL EDUCATION TRUST Pupls of St. Columba’s School have a look at their flourishing potato crop. Picture iain Ferguson, alba.photos

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There were plenty of green fingers on show at the Lochaber Rural Education Trust last week, with the final day of this year’s Seed to Supper project.

The project, which is based at the trust’s premises at the Lochaber Rural Complex at Torlundy, sees youngsters from local primary schools taken through the whole process of growing vegetables from planting seeds to cropping and eating what they have grown.

 

LOCHABER RURAL EDUCATION TRUST Pupls of Lundavra School listen intently to gardening instructions.. Picture iain Ferguson, alba.photos IF F26 LUNDAVRA GARDEN TIPS

LOCHABER RURAL EDUCATION TRUST Pupils of Lundavra School listen intently to gardening instructions.. Picture Iain Ferguson, alba.photos
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 Final day of the Seed to Supper project fpr pupls of lundavra School as they examine some of the flower beds they planted. Picture iain Ferguson, alba.photos IF F26 LUNDAVRA SCHOOL FLOWER BEDS
Final day of the Seed to Supper project for pupils of Lundavra School as they examine some of the flower beds they planted. Picture Iain Ferguson, alba.photos
IF F26 LUNDAVRA SCHOOL FLOWER BEDS