The Edible Schoolyard Network connects educators around the

world to build and share a K-12 edible education curriculum


The Edible Schoolyard Project trains educators from around the world to create powerful and sustainable edible education programs in their schools and communities. Applications for this summer's training programs open on January 23rd. 

It's Time.

Watch a video, highlighting the growing mandate for edible education.

We welcome visitors to the Edible Schoolyard at King Middle School for tours, workdays, and trainings. Sign up to attend a free monthly tour or get in touch to arrange a private visit for your group!

Edible Education 101 is back in session! 

Each week, prominent figures in the food movement will explore how our food system works, and what we can do to make it more healthful, equitable, and sustainable.

All lectures are free and open to the public with registration. Lectures will also be streamed live online.

Edible education is making an impact in communities all over the world. Learn about the innovative work being done and support the incredible people doing it. If you have a program, join the network and share your story!

Don't miss these tips on how to get the most out of the Edible Schoolyard Network.

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