Kitchen Classrooms

Nature's Classroom Institute and Montessori School

We are a residential Environmental Education Program and a Montessori Day school. Two programs that complement each other. We are on 400 acres and have a farm and organic garden. The students raise chickens lamas Goats and Ducks.

The Edible Schoolyard at Hunters Point, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco

The Edible Schoolyard at Hunters Point, established in 2008, is an organic teaching garden and kitchen program at The Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club in San Francisco. It is the first afterschool program in the country to become a founding affiliate of The Edible Schoolyard Project, which was started in Berkeley by Alice Waters. For just $10 a year, cooking and gardening classes are offered to three age groups each week: elementary, middle school, and high school youth.

Woolly School Garden Program

At Woolly School Gardens we help teachers, parents and school staff to implement our garden program at their school, no matter their space or budget.

The Edible Schoolyard at the Greensboro Children's Museum

The Edible Schoolyard at the Greensboro Children’s Museum broke ground in September 2009 when Alice Waters came to Greensboro, North Carolina. As the only official affiliate of the original Edible Schoolyard located at a children’s museum, this garden has both a local and a national impact. Since the grand opening in May 2010, the Edible Schoolyard has welcomed over 180,000 visitors many of whom are museum members participating in scheduled programming.

North Country School and Camp Treetops

Founded in 1921, North Country School and Camp Treetops offers both a seven week camp program for 8-15 year olds, and a progressive fourth through ninth grade curriculum for boarding and day students from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and countries. The 200-acre campus features a year round working farm and organic garden where, through direct experience, the children gain a broad understanding of life’s natural rhythms, benefits of local food sources, and practices of sustainable living.

The Larchmont Schools' Edible Schoolyard

The Edible Schoolyard at Larchmont Charter Schools

Los Angeles, California

Founded in 2009 as an Edible Schoolyard Affiliate

The Edible Schoolyard Berkeley

The Edible Schoolyard Berkeley is a one-acre organic garden and kitchen classroom for urban public school students at Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School. This model program for edible education is fully funded by the Edible Schoolyard Project. At ESY Berkeley, students participate in all aspects of growing, harvesting, and preparing nutritious, seasonal produce during the academic day and in after-school classes.


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