Dear Project Ventura Followers, This is Chandler, one of Ms. Jo’s students. I realize that my title may be a little bit different from what you would expect on this blog, but this blog still connects to the project. I have spent about 10 days in South Africa. Half of those days were spent on […]

Hey there friendly readers! It’s been a while… It’s Mariel! It has been such a fun adventure and process continuing the work on our greenhouse model. We are getting serious now! Looking at Home Depot websites, making a list of our supplies, adding up the costs, and so much more. My class has also planned […]

Ms. Jo helping students find correct screw size for drilling.

Dear WordPress Readers, Building is no easy task, but with a hint of effort, a pinch of guidance,and a dash of collaboration it becomes very enjoyable, and at the end, we have this awesome structure that we can say we MADE!!! We have been working on our prototype of the greenhouse we will be building […]

Greenhouse Frame

Hello Project VENTURA readers and enthusiasts, it is Shilah again, updating you on the news happening with our Project VENTURA greenhouse!  Last you heard, we were still finishing up our frame of the greenhouse model and are beginning the financial part.  Just this week we learned how to use the miter saw to cut angles […]

Money and Planning

Hello fellow readers! Guess who’s back? Yup, your girl Briana! Well anyways, today we completely new things, that are not that fun but are really essential and important to our project. Like my great friend Lucia mentioned on the last post, we have started to map the place where we have decided to put our […]

Shahar and I model off the back wall of our greenhouse model.

Hello Project VENTURA readers and enthusiasts, it is I, Lucia, back again to bring you up to date on the newest happenings with our Project VENTURA greenhouse.  Last you heard, we were still finishing up our greenhouse model and just beginning to measure out the area in which we will be building the greenhouse.  We […]


Those of you that have read some of our earlier blog posts probably realize that our Engineering class wasn’t always going to build a greenhouse. First, it was going to be a Japanese teahouse, then a Tiny Home, then a rock climbing wall, and finally, our greenhouse. Learning about and trying out all those new […]


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