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Bristol, Vermont

In 2002, Global Diversity Foundation started coordinating work to rehabilitate school gardens in Morocco, supporting the creation of aromatic herb gardens, fruit tree orchards and ornamental plant gardens. Under-utilised school grounds in Marrakech and...

Program Type: Farm Based, Garden Classrooms
Contoocook, New Hampshire

We have an outdoor classroom with many learning opportunities for our students. We have raised vegetable beds, herb, shade, butterfly and bird gardens, fruit trees, blueberries and raspberries. We have two areas for classrooms to gather, one with picnic...

Program AdminTracy Martin
Program Type: Garden Classrooms
Encinitas, California

The Sage Garden Project provides garden and nutritional science lessons to students at risk for developing diabetes. The hands-on program of gardening and nutritional science has been developed for grades K-6. Operating a pilot program at Ocean Knoll Elementary...

Program AdminDawn Mayeda
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, Support Organization
Oakland, California

The purpose of the Vincent Academy Garden and Nutrition program is to introduce students to the joys of gardening and to develop healthy eating habits and awareness at an early age. West Oakland is considered a food desert and most families do not have access to affordable,...

Program AdminRodney Spencer
Program Type: Farm Based, Garden Classrooms, Support Organization
Austin, Texas

The UT elementary school is developing a new course in Health and Wellness studies for students in pre-K through 5th grades. The curriculum will include four components: Social and Emotional Learning, Nutrition, and Gardening and Cooking. A new cafeteria and teaching kitchen...

Program AdminRachel Zierzow
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, School Cafeterias, Academic Classrooms
New York, New York

As part of GrowNYC’s Greening department, both Grow to Learn and the Governors Island Teaching Garden aim to use urban gardens as a space for exploration, experiential learning and community building. Grow to Learn is the citywide school gardens initiative for New York...

Program AdminArielle Hartman
Program Type: Farm Based, Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, Support Organization
Temecula, California

We have a school garden with a dozen large beds that was started by a parent volunteer group. We have enough seating for a class to meet and use the garden for lessons. A Garden Club meets each week and parent volunteers staff those gatherings. Classrooms visit on a regular...

Program AdminDale Borgeson
Program Type: Garden Classrooms
Flanders, New Jersey

Our primary goals are to provide students with the hands-on learning experience of growing vegetables, reinforce/apply concepts learned in class and increase their daily vegetable intake. By stressing this, these healthier food choices will lower BMI, which for our 1st...

Program AdminDaniella McDonald
Program Type: Garden Classrooms
Redlands, California

The Grove School is a Montessori public charter school in Redlands which is located in San Bernardino County in California. Grove serves students from 7th to 12th grade. Grove is unique in that it is the only public Montessori school in the US with a working farm. The middle...

Program AdminJulie McKeehan
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, School Cafeterias, Academic Classrooms
David, Kentucky

Founded in 1974, the David School is located in the small community of David, Kentucky, from which it takes its name. The mission of The David School 501 c (3) is to provide a educational program for Appalachian high school dropouts and at risk youth who have...

Program AdminAnna Spittler
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, School Cafeterias, Academic Classrooms, Support Organization