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The following is a list of academic studies examining the positive impacts of school gardens, farm-to-school programs and school cooking programs on students (with a focus on school garden programs).

Place of Learning: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, School Cafeterias, Academic Classrooms
Type: Research and Policy
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Sow It Forward is the grants and partnership program of Kitchen Gardeners International. The grant is for nonprofit causes or organizations (schools, 501c3s, food banks, community gardens, colleges, libraries, prisons, senior programs, etc.) interested in starting or...

Place of Learning: Garden Classrooms
Type: Fundraising
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Edible Education 101: The Rise and Future of the Food Movement was a Spring 2014 course at UC Berkeley. The course was co-instructed by Michael Pollan, Knight Professor of Journalism, and Author, Activist, and Filmmaker Raj Patel. 

Place of Learning: Academic Classrooms
Type: Other
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Grades: College/University, Adults/Professionals

Edible Education 101: The Rise and Future of the Food Movement was a Spring 2014 course at UC Berkeley. The course was co-instructed by Michael Pollan, Knight Professor of Journalism, and Author, Activist, and Filmmaker Raj Patel. 

Place of Learning: Academic Classrooms
Type: Other
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Grades: Adults/Professionals

Edible Education 101: The Rise and Future of the Food Movement was a Spring 2014 course at UC Berkeley. The course was co-instructed by Michael Pollan, Knight Professor of Journalism, and Author, Activist, and Filmmaker Raj Patel. 

Place of Learning: Academic Classrooms
Type: Other
Uploaded byHannah Piercey
Grades: Adults/Professionals

Edible Education 101: The Rise and Future of the Food Movement is a Spring 2014 course at UC Berkeley. The course is co-instructed by Michael Pollan, Knight Professor of Journalism, and Author, Activist, and Filmmaker Raj Patel.

Place of Learning: Academic Classrooms
Type: Other
Uploaded byHannah Piercey
Grades: College/University, Adults/Professionals, Other

Edible Education 103: Telling Stories About Food and Agriculture is a Fall 2012 course at UC Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism and College of Letters and Science. The course is moderated by Michael Pollan, a Knight Journalism Professor at UC Berkeley.

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Type: Other
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Edible Education 103: Telling Stories About Food and Agriculture is a Fall 2012 course at UC Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism and College of Letters and Science. The course is moderated by Michael Pollan, a Knight Journalism Professor at UC Berkeley.

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Edible Education 103: Telling Stories About Food and Agriculture is a Fall 2012 course at UC Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism and College of Letters and Science. The course is moderated by Michael Pollan, a Knight Journalism Professor at UC Berkeley.

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Edible Education 103: Telling Stories About Food and Agriculture is a Fall 2012 course at UC Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism and College of Letters and Science. The course is moderated by Michael Pollan, a Knight Journalism Professor at UC Berkeley.

Place of Learning: Academic Classrooms
Type: Other
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Grades: College/University, Adults/Professionals