"I love fresh ideas about everything". Adriana Siso founded her contemporary industrial design store in 2002 in Santa Fe, NM. With a background in Fine Arts, Adriana has been an innovator, bringing to the Santa Fe area, original and unique industrial design products by some of the most creative design firms in the world.
Our Green Molecule / Woolly School Program is a partnership between us and Woolly Pocket, the manufacturer of the famous Woolly Pocket and the Living Planter2. We will be donating a planter system on an annual basis, if we find receptivity to the program. Our 2016 recipient is Mother Nature Center, in Santa Fe, NM. This focus will be followed by continued work with qualifying schools, after school programs and nonprofits. https://mothernaturecenter.org.
The program consists of enough breathable, self watering planters to cover up to 50 sq ft of wall or fence. Living Wall Planter 2, Woolly’s best ever living wall system, may easily be brought to a table where young students can conveniently garden individually or in teams. When finished, students simply hang their planters back up in the garden. A Nutrition and Gardening Curriculum is included and makes it easy for any teacher to incorporate the lessons in to the classroom. Teach life sciences, math and geometry, while teaching your students about gardening, food and nutrition. Extra Green- Woolly Pocket makes Living Wall Planter 2 in California from 100% post consumer recycled milk jugs (HDPE 2). Not only does California have strict environmental laws, HDPE 2 is known to be one of the safest plastics for food contact (growing yummy organic edibles) and contains no traceable amounts of Phthalates or BPA.
Maria Bernardez is the founder of Mother Nature Center, the non-profit organization providing care and education to infants, young children and their families. Maria has been very active in promoting GMO-free action, education and reform in the City of Santa Fe. Maria grows produce at her home and through Mother Nature Center encourages and supports others in creating edible sustainable home gardens. She was a participant in developing future ordinances in the area of greening the public schools, gardens in schools, food policy and most important Food Security. Maria will be adding to her already productive garden at Mother Nature Center. She will be using her planters for herbs and flowers.
If you or someone you know is interested in the Green Molecule School Program, Please contact us, using the form below.