Garden Classrooms

Echo Canyon School Garden

Echo Canyon School Gardens are part of Echo Canyon School in Scottsdale Arizona. Our school utilizes the school gardens to foster the academic, social and emotional well being of our students though a wide variety of hands-on, experiential learning experiences.

Capital City Public Charter School

Capital City Public Charter School enables a diverse group of students to meet high expectations, develop creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, achieve a deep understanding of complex subjects, acquire a love of learning, along with a strong sense of community and character. We will graduate young adults who are self-directed, intellectually engaged and possess a commitment to personal and civic responsibility.

Parinama Edible Schoolyard China

Our Vision is to reconnect the relationship of children with real food and with nature. Through Parinama Edible Schoolyard China, we aim to help students in China develop other critical life skills, including: A sense of responsibility and ownership of their actions; increased interest in our relationship with food and with nature; improved social responsibilities; social-emotional learning; increased parental involvement.

Barrington Farm School

The Barrington Farm School has been operating on a small farm for 3 years , outreaching to students, families, teachers and all levels of the community. The open space has beekeeping, fresh food tastings, student environmental groups, teachers, artists, nature studies and conservation practices. Join us as a volunteer, benefactor, customer, or friend! See you at the farm! We are now protected farm thanks to the generosity of the community, local land trust and the Open Space Program through the State of Rhode Island..

Haver til Maver

Haver til Maver (Gardens to bellies) offers a hands-on culinary organic school garden classroom. During 8 modules (during the growing season (April-October) the students are engaged in activities that stimulate all their senses and learning abilities. 

As an NGO we work to ensure that all Danish children will get a chance to have a school garden in their life. Currently there are more than 60 school garden initiatives around Denmark based on the values and principles of a Haver til Maver school garden.

Omihachiman City BOE

We develop friendship through food cultivation, preparation and eating.

Akasa Community Outreach

Akasa Community Outreach is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides a diversified wellness curriculum to low-income communities throughout Los Angeles. Through our program, students ages 7 to 18 and parents learn about the process of growing, harvesting, sourcing and cooking food to make informed choices about their overall health and wellness. With an eye toward demonstrating the impact of our work, and building a replicable model for other communities, Akasa aims to evaluate our programs on the students and parents it serves.

Garden Farms Foundation

Garden Farms Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, dedicated to enhancing garden programming in various underserved communities as well as schools from Pre-K through college campuses all across the Las Vegas valley. We work to enrich our community with farm-to-table events, educational curriculum, environmental awareness, art integration, nutrition education, farmers markets, produce donations and more. This, paired with hands-on garden lessons, provides the people of today access to the food security of tomorrow. 

Agricultural Arts at Brooksville Elementary School

Agricultural Arts is an exciting new program at Brooksville Elementary School in which all students get one period a week of gardening & culinary education. The class is designed to teach gardening and cooking skills through hands-on learning, gives students a role in cultivating our school garden, and explores a range of subjects through an agricultural/environmental lens. We let the seasons and the natural world guide our learning. The curriculum has been built from scratch based on available human and ecological resources in our community and student inquiry and interest.

High Tech Elementary North County

High Tech High is guided by four connected design principles - equity, personalization, authentic work, and collaborative deisgn - that set aspirational goals. High Tech High is an equity project. Our school is intentionally diverse and integrated. Teachers work to address inequities and help students reach their full potential. Through a learner-centered, inclusive approach we are able to support and challege each individual sudent. We recognize that idenity growth occur in the context of community, our schools fostere relationships of trust, caring, and mutual respect among students.

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