The Bulgarian Footprint on Vegetable-growing in Europe
In the 1930s, many Bulgarians who graduated an agricultural school went to work to other European countries where they developed vegetable gardens and constructed gravity-fed irrigation systems. There are reports of whole Bulgarian communities, working in Austria and Hungary, also of Bulgarian gardeners in today's ...
To start your day with a song – literally. That is what students and teachers do at Brenderup Folk High School, Denmark. In the morning, after breakfast, and before starting their daily duties, they all go to the “Strawberry House” (an ecological house, made of straw bales) and sing together.
Creativity grows out of a certain type of hard work, combining curious exploration with playful experimentation and systematic investigation. Argues professor Mitch Resnick in his book: Lifelong Kindergarten: Cultivating Creativity through Projects, Passion, Peers, and Play.