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Dylan Chicorel
August 10th, 2016
Edible Schoolyard Berkeley alum Dylan Chicorel (Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School -  Class of 2013) recently debuted a short documentary film about the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley and the impact it has on its students and the greater community. Dylan made the film for an assignment in his high school film class, and used the opportunity to capture sweeping views of the Edible...
Louann Talbert
August 4th, 2016
River School is a public, charter middle school in Napa, California, serving the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. Our school garden started on an overlooked slice of land about five years ago. From humble beginnings, students, parents,...
Benjamin Eichorn
May 26th, 2016
Summer presents numerous challenges in the school garden. Whenever we meet with school communities, the same question always arises, “What are we supposed to do in the summer time?” Fortunately, there are some simple solutions to common...

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Slow Food Webinar: Donating School Garden Produce to Those In Need

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Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2016

Loving the Earth” is the main theme for Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2016. This...

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