Learn more about what you can do to Make Every Day Earth Day.
Three teachers take to the Garden of Hope for a multi-disciplinary lesson in sustainability, art, and Mandarin!
SD Middle Schooler Jeevan ’27 demonstrates making butter at home with just three ingredients.
An instructional video on how to make a delicious pesto sauce with our own Sixth Grader, Sophie, inspired by Ms. Flint’s Garden Enrichment class.
Watch as Ms. Flint shows how to make these handy, reusable wraps for food storage.
Pickled carrots, onions, and cucumbers, oh my! An easy-to-follow quick pickling guideline to preserve all those organic garden vegetables.
A great way to spice up your weekday dinners - all with wholesome, organic spices. #HappyGrilling
A light, beautifully-scented facial toner, using roses plucked straight from the garden.
These popular condiments sell out quickly at our Annual Garden Fair! From lavender to chili and sage, there is a flavor that is sure to spice up your meals.
One of the all-time most popular products at our Annual Garden Fair is this delicious, slightly spicy, slightly sweet concoction. Bon Appetit!
Today, April 22, marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day! While we unfortunately cannot celebrate it together as we usually do on campus this year, we can still reflect upon what we are doing, and learn about what else we can do, to help protect our shared environment.
We celebrated the arrival of fall in style in our 1-acre organic Garden of Hope at our 15th Annual Garden Fair this past month.
October 12, 2019
San Domenico’s history is steeped in caring for our planet, and we all celebrated Earth Day with a myriad of activities designed to deepen every student’s understanding and appreciation of what it means to protect the Earth.
Break out your sneakers on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 for Walk & Roll Day!