Ms. Foster’s Art Enriched 11 and AP Studio Art 12 classes created a school-based installation that encouraged a personal response to the important issues raised by For All Is For Yourself and the Pollinator Pasture Public Art Project. The class chose the form of the mason jar, as mason jars are traditionally used for preserving food at the end of a growing season. Each student received four mason jars and produced a series of art pieces that incorporated or was contained by the jars. Students were encouraged to connect the jars in some way, either narratively, thematically, materially, chronologically, etc. The collected jars were then brought together to form a larger installation in the school’s rotunda in order to encourage the school population to consider the many issues connected to our reliance on bees and other pollinators.