The aim was to connect students to food production and provide teachers with hands-on demonstrations for biology classes.
The school, however, decided to go one step further and planted fruit trees as well. Suddenly, avocado, mango, papaya, lime, and breadfruit trees were sharing space with potatoes, onions, and eggplants. A large part of the schoolyard is now not only a garden but also a growing edible agroforest.
The challenge: how to keep the garden out of the appetites of local goats.