Dishchii'bikoh Community School Edible School Garden

Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Academic Classrooms
Grade/Age: Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary
Number Served: 100-500
Year Founded: 2010

The FoodCorps service member and staff from the nutrtition project team at The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health teach a science-based curriculum weekly to third, fourth, and fifth grade students at Dishchii'bikoh Community School. The community of Cibecue is located on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation--the home of the White Mountain Apache Tribe. Students in the Edible School Garden program are taught nutrition in the classroom and hands-on lessons in the school garden. The nearly 1-acre garden contains 30 peach trees, six long raised beds, and a large shaded hoophouse that consists of three additional raised beds running the length of the structure.

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Vanya Szabo

Kathleen Yetman

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Last updated November 26, 2013