Two classes from Gaelscoil Eiscir Riada (Lucan) visited the ACRE Project on the last day of their school year. They arrived at noon and left at 2.30 pm. Split into four groups of ten, the children were taken through what plants need, planted geraniums, spider plants, scallions, and enjoyed a bug hunt.
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