Miss Jordan’s Garden
Miss Jordan’s Garden was built at St Michael’s School in memory of Jordan Taylor. She was a seven-year-old girl who passed away suddenly due to a cancerous Grade 4 Medulloblastoma tumour that had bled onto her brain. The garden has been created to teach the students of St Michael’s Primary School the importance of a sustainable garden through practical methods and curriculum opportunities.
SolarHub are honoured to have been able to donate their time and a solar PV system to Miss Jordan’s Garden, helping contribute to this wonderful project and helping the future students learn more about renewable energy. The garden was officially opened on May 11th with members of community, school, and businesses joining to witness.
Benn Masters, CEO SolarHub has stated that “SolarHub are proud to have donated to this project and to see the importance that has been placed on teaching sustainability methods to the future generations.”
To read the full case study about Miss Jordan’s Garden, follow this link.
To view the video of the finished installation, follow this link.