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School Gardening engages students by providing a dynamic environment to observe, discover, experiment, nurture and learn. School Gardens are living laboratories where interdisciplinary lessons are drawn from real life experiences, encouraging students to become active participants in the learning process. Learn more about school garden program benefits »

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  • For many school gardeners, the season is all too short. In much of the country, just as the danger of spring frost is over and gardens are beginning to thrive...
  • If you are looking to install a garden, you may ask a friend, neighbor, or your family for help. What if you wanted to install 1,000 gardens? KidsGardening.org...
  • With 52 raised beds in place, over 400 plants, 15 pallets of organic soil, flooring, and irrigation, a beautiful, bountiful school garden grows in Brooklyn....
  • Gardening is often considered a spring or summer activity, but many plants grow beautifully in fall! Planted in late summer, a number of vegetables will grow...
  • Annie’s presents check on TODAY Show with Carson Daly to shine a light on childhood hunger and healthy eating in America
  • Start a Garden!

    Youth gardens are as distinctive as the people who create and enjoy them. Ideally, they're created to meet local program needs and use available resources to their fullest. Though each is unique, the steps required to put together a successful and sustainable gardening program are the same. They include: Read more...

    Classroom Projects

    • Looking for ways to incorporate a school garden into your curriculum? The following Classroom Projects provide you with detailed instructions for engaging, garden-related activities along with ideas for hands-on lessons. More...

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    Kids Gardening and the National Gardening Association actively work with schools and communities across the country to provide educational resources and build gardens to promote health, wellness, and sustainability.

     

    Copyright © 1999-2014 National Gardening Association     |     www.kidsgardening.org & www.garden.org      |     Created on 03/15/99, 

    Last updated on 09/19/2014
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