Kitchen Classrooms

Field to Table Schools (FoodShare Toronto)

FoodShare Toronto’s Field to Table Schools (FTTS) program is restoring good food education in schools with hands-on activities, workshops and growing projects. Students from JK to Grade 12 learn about composting, innovative food gardens, nutrition, cooking, local and global food systems and more. The FTTS program reconnects students with food and where it comes from; teaching that good healthy food not only tastes good, but is fun too!

Palos Verdes School Gardens

Palos Verdes School Gardens is a non-profit organization that seeks to make our schools models of sustainability on the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

We want our kids to learn about conservation, smart energy use, how to grow food organically and responsibly and to care for their environment on the school campus. We want our kids to grow up knowing that their actions and decisions have an impact on the world around them.

Open Futures

Open Futures is a schools’ curriculum programme that brings learning to life for young children. It champions a fundamental shift in how the National Curriculum in the UK is delivered, by re-focusing education on intuitive approaches that ignite children’s passion for learning. The programme inspires children through purposeful activities that develop practical skills and enquiring minds – awakening confidence, instilling responsibility and sparking the desire to get the most from their education and transform their prospects in life.

Lake Trail Neighbourhood Connections School-Community Garden

Lake Trail School  serves a lower income area in Courtenay , British Columbia.  Three years ago a group of parents and community members started to build a community school organization to "help contribute to the success of our students, famileis and community members and to build a healtier, safer community with Lake Trail school at the heart.  Just 3 years later we are incoprated as an non-profit community education society , offering afterschool and night programs and partnering with many other community organizations.

Edible Schoolyard NYC

Edible Schoolyard NYC partners with public schools to transform the hearts, minds, and eating habits of young New Yorkers.

By integrating hands-on food education into high-need schools across New York City, Edible Schoolyard NYC aims to change attitudes, preferences, and behaviors around healthy eating.

Hidden Villa

Hidden Villa is a nonprofit educational organization that uses its organic farm, wilderness, and community to teach and provide opportunities to learn about the environment and social justice. Hidden Villa stretches over 1600 acres of open space in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains, about 40 miles south of San Francisco. Our mission is to inspire a just and sustainable future through our programs, land and legacy.

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.


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