Kindergarten

Garden Train

Garden Train was established in 2017 as the first ever district-wide school garden consortium in NYC, in district 15. Founded by Kathy Park Price, Garden Train is a public, district-based community group of parents, teachers and community members who nurture and oversee school gardens throughout our district.

Hortaliza Escolar

‘Hortaliza Escolar’  (School Gardens) is a project of the bilingual Rotary Club of Jaltemba Bay, Nayarit State, Mexico. All lessons and programs are in Spanish. 

We are located on the Pacific coast, 60 miles north of Puerto Vallarta.  There are currently three schools here with garden programs.  Our current focus is on developing one primary school (La Colmena) into a working demonstration project that can be used as an example for other schools in the region.

 

Green Scientists

The Green Scientists is a garden based educational program. Its core purpose is to develop and expand on the concept of the outdoor classroom. 

Population served are predominantly people of color. 

The programs educational content is guided by culturally relevant pedagogy as well as the pedagogical approaches of Ken Robinson, Paulo Freire, Maria Montessori and Rudolph Steiner. 

La Scuola International School

La Scuola is an independent school that serves children from age 3 to 8th grade. Our unique program unifies three key elements: the International Baccalaureate PYP framework, the Reggio Emilia pedagogy, and Italian language immersion. Together, this trio creates a powerful mix of academic depth, inquiry-based exploration, and a joyful environment that celebrates beauty and discovery. Our mission statement is: Inspire Brave Learners to Shape the Future.

Gardopia Gardens

Gardopia Gardens mission is to teach communities the importance of practicing wellness in their daily lives. Through gardening we create an educated, healthy, and environmentally sustainable society. Gardopia Gardens was founded in 2015 by Stephen Lucke, a 25 year old college graduate who studeied biochemistry and nutrition.

Rootland School

I am a Gardening Teacher based in Mexico City. I am currently working in Rootland School, where my program serves about 200 children aged 2 -12, from pre-K to upper elementary.

 

Mission

To provide a learning atmosphere that encourages students to recognize and learn about the deep connections that exist between humans and the natural systems that surround us, how they feed us and sustain us and how all life in our planet ultimately depends on them.

 

Program objectives

The Green Heart Project

The Green Heart Project (GHP) is a 501©3 non-profit organization that builds school garden programs in the Charleston area. With a high value placed on health, education, and building community, GHP pairs local volunteer mentors and students to grow school gardens through in-school and after-school programs, primarily in schools serving low-income populations. In doing so, it connects students to local food systems, while reinforcing academic standards, building interpersonal skills and cultivating community.

Eastlawn Elementary

Our Edible Schoolyard: Cultivating, Collaborating, Captivating & Sustaining the Community

We at Eastlawn Elementary believe that building a strong community starts when you inspire growth, collaboration, engagement and empowerment in students; when you are able to transform lives through experiential learning and teach sustainable life skills that students are excited to bring home with them.  

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