The Edible Schoolyard Network connects educators around the

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

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Don’t miss this year’s Edible Education 101 course! 

Twelve lectures will focus on the future of food through conversations with leaders of the food movement around the world. 

Lectures stream online every Monday from 6:30-8:30 PM PST. Watch live or catch up in the course archives! 

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.

The Sage Garden Project is looking for committed parent groups, teachers, and school leaders who see the potential for their fledgling gardens to become vibrant environments for learning and health.

Apply for the program's Grow Package award for your school by April 30th! 

This full-day summer camp explores how the combination of chemicals, time, temperature, and physical manipulation can affect our favorite kitchen concoctions.

This summer's sessions are held at the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley, in partnership with the Lawrence Hall of Science, and are open to incoming sixth and seventh graders!  

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