Lower Elementary

PACT Grow-to-Learn School Gardening Program

The PACT Grow-to-Learn Schoolyard Gardening Program teaches schools and communities about food and gardening. The program creates safe, experiential and positive learning environments in low-income neighbourhoods, as well as acts as a catalyst in raising awareness of important issues related to healthy eating/nutrition, food security, environmental sustainability and hunger in our schools and local communities.

Serene Harbor Garden Classroom

About Us

Our Serene Harbor Garden is a unique, outdoor classroom that provides an atmosphere to encourage our students to exploredream, and learn.

Golestan Education

At Golestan, we value nature, kindness, creativity, diligence, curiosity, and responsibility.

With the encouragement of altruism and empathy, we strive to foster a community of confident, caring, and compassionate children that value Iranian culture while being responsible and inspiring citizens of our ever-changing, multi-cultural world.

Golestan applies a heuristic approach to teaching and a holistic approach to living.  From the rich lesson plans, to the wholesome foods the children eat, every detail has been thought out and is practiced with the utmost authenticity.

Winn Elementary School Garden

Our garden is just starting out, but will eventually consist of 10 edible vegetable and herb beds, and 2 beds of flowering natives to attract pollinators and provide habitat.

Crescent School Garden

We started our school garden in 2015 after we received our first Ocean Guardian School Grant from NOAA and National Marine Sanctuaries.  

Student in PreK through high school get to participate in growing, learning, and harvesting in our garden. We are working towards getting more of our garden produce in the cafeteria.

Our website is: www.crescentschoolgarden.weebly.com

Sabot At Stony Point's GROW - The Community Garden Project

Sabot at Stony Point's GROW - The Community Garden Project is a working garden where children Preschool - 8th grade from Sabot or the Greater Richmond Community can work with our GROW team doing all the work in the garden. We bring our emerging curriculum into the garden. All decisions and plans are made with the kids. As a group we do all the the work in the garden including building beds, planting, harvesting, etc. We have grown from 2 raised beds to 16 4' by 8' beds full of vegetables, fruits and flowers. We take advantage of Richmond's temperate climate and garden year round.

Seattle Seed Fundraising

Our fundraising program is a healthy, exciting way to raise money for your school or organization.  It teaches basic business principles to our youth, and helps spread the message of living sustainably throughout your community.  You can be up and running with our fundraiser in almost no time, and your profits are higher than almost any other fundraiser available.  Raise money while delivering something healthy to your participants.  GO ORGANIC!

http://www.seattleseed.com/fundraising/

The Edible School Yard of Berat- The Castle Garden

Mission Statement : The Castle Garden will be a living interactive classroom where students from “22 Tetori” 9 Vejçare will learn all aspects of growing, harvesting and eating fresh produce to improve their health and increase their appreciation for the agricultural traditions of the Region and Municipality of Berat.

FARM SMART: University of California, Desert Research and Extension Center

FARM SMART is the outreach component of University of California Desert Research and Extension Center in Holtville, CA.  It has been widely recognized in the community for its K-12 programs as well as the Winter Visitor adult program.  Over 135,000 people have been reached through on-center visits and programs as well as off-site school visits since the program began in 2001.  We are passionate about educating youth and their parents through our K-12 programs.  Every year thousands of Imperial Valley youth come to the Center to learn about agriculture, water and irrigation, natural resource

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