They saved open pollinated seeds of broccoli, arugula and marigolds. They carefully took the tiny seeds of arugula and broccoli out of the seed pods. They wrote the common name and botanical names on the envelopes and directions for planting and then took them home to plant later.
The students enjoyed a rainbow salad of yellow peppers, tomatoes, carrots, broccoli and sugar snap peas. They like to serve themselves so they get the ingredients that they prefer. Some like the olive oil lemon juice vinaigrette dressing, others plain lemon juice or olive oil.
Each student took home open pollinated heirloom Brinker Carrier beans donated from Seed Savers Exchange http://blog.seedsavers.org/blog/the-heritage-farm-collection-brinker-carrier-bean.