2017 Edible Schoolyard Plant Sale
Join us at the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley for our annual plant sale! This year's event welcomes everyone for a fun day in the garden featuring delicious food, a raffle, music, art, and, of course, plants! We hope to see you there!
Breakthrough Leaders for Sustainable Food Systems
The University of Vermont hosts a sustainable food systems certificate program. More details.
Multiply & Mobilize: Session Three
The Anti-Oppression Resource and Training Alliance – AORTA – hosts a three-part webinar series to support organizers in better understanding the current political climate and in developing strategies for local and national activism. More details.
June 1, 2017 Edible Schoolyard Berkeley Public Tour
Monthly tours are typically offered during the first week of every month during the school year. Public tours begin promptly at 9:00 am, last about about two hours, and include garden and kitchen class observation and school lunch discussion. There is no fee for attending public tours, though all guests must register.
The Growing Classroom Workshop: Two-Day Intensive on Garden-Based Learning
Life Lab hosts a two-day training on curriculum for garden-based classes, technical gardening skills, and management strategies for school garden programs. More details.
The Edible Schoolyard Academy
The Edible Schoolyard Academy is designed to strengthen your program and build your leadership in the field. Over the course of five days, Academy participants will learn about curriculum integration and development, funding strategies, evaluation, volunteer management, class scheduling, rituals and routines of garden and kitchen classrooms, outreach strategies, and much more. We examine edible education through the critical lenses of social justice, equity, and inclusion; participants should expect to engage in conversations about how race, gender, power, and privilege show up in classrooms, particularly around issues of food. Applications are due March 5. More details.
John Dewey Kitchen Institute
The University of Vermont hosts a workshop on how to use cooking as a pedagogical approach for teaching academic subjects. More details.
North American Agroforestry Conference
Join with agroforesty producers, researchers, and educators to explore the field of agroforesty, share knowledge, discuss emerging opportunities, and network with practitioners in the field. More details.