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By Russell Sterten

I have had more than one conversation with colleagues this week in which we’ve remarked about how this school year feels different. There’s a sense of – dare I say it – optimism! After being distant from one another for so long, we at the Edible Schoolyard Project are celebrating the return to many of the beloved experiences and traditions that were put on pause.

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I have had more than one conversation with colleagues this week in which we’ve remarked about how this school year...

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By Russell Sterten

The start of a new school year is always a special time when many educators are in the thick of planning their lessons, programming, and goals. In an effort to support educators seeking to connect students to food, gardening, and cooking experiences, we are very pleased to offer all of the resources from this past June's Virtual Summer Training! Click the button below to access...

The start of a new school year is always a special time when many educators are in the thick of...

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Join us for the Plant Sale on Saturday, May 7th!

Join us for the Plant Sale on Saturday, May 7th!

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 The Edible Schoolyard Project invites you to join us for a spring celebration.

The Edible Schoolyard Project invites you to join us for a spring celebration.

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By Tamika Whitenack

As a garden teacher, I see my work as an opportunity to practice forms of care: I help care for our beautiful garden space, and I give care to the students I interact with each day. Recently, I’ve been reflecting on my experiences on propagation tasks with students and am excited about propagation as a rich process through which to develop students’ awareness of care.

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As a garden teacher, I see my work as an opportunity to practice forms of care: I help care for...

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Join us for a mini-series of three webinars exploring the new Understanding Organic curriculum!

An Introduction to Understanding Organic: October 21st, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm PT

Organic Practices for School Gardens: October 28th, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm PT

Taking Action on Organic: November 4th, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm PT

Join us for a mini-series of three webinars exploring the new Understanding Organic curriculum!

An Introduction to Understanding Organic...

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By Nick Lee and Raquel Vigil

We’re excited to invite you to join us for our second-ever Summer Training at Home. Last year, we launched Summer Training at Home to support educators making the rapid transition to distance learning. As we look to the summer ahead, we’re still not able to convene folks from around the world for an in-person event. This year's Summer Training at Home...

We’re excited to invite you to join us for our second-ever Summer Training at Home . Last year, we launched...

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 The Edible Schoolyard Project invites you to join us for a spring celebration.

The Edible Schoolyard Project invites you to join us for a spring celebration.

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Blog
By Angela McKee-Brown

I am always thinking about how our community of educators and students are impacted by what is taking place in the world around us. Today, I write with sadness in my heart for those who lost loved ones in Atlanta and for the Asian American and Pacific Islander community that is experiencing the anti-Asian hate crimes that have plagued the Bay Area and this country.

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I am always thinking about how our community of educators and students are impacted by what is taking place in...

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