In this new anthology from Green Teacher magazine, readers will find step-by-step instructions for numerous schoolyard projects, from tree nurseries to school composting to native-plant gardens, along with ideas for enhancing learning by addressing the diverse needs of students. Among more than a dozen schoolyard habitat options presented, the guide includes detailed articles on rooftop gardens, far-north gardens, desert gardens, butterfly gardens, ponds, and prairie restorations.
Kids Gardening Resources -- Newsletters & Journals
Greening School Grounds: Creating Habitats for Learning
Innovations in Sustainable Agriculture
"Innovations" is the newsletter for the Northeast Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (NESARE). The Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) is the outreach arm of the national SARE program. A number of print publications, electronic products, and networking opportunities are available. A national database of SARE projects and other information is at the SAN/SARE Web site at http://www.sare.org/.
New Hampshire Agriculture in the Classroom
New Hampshire Agriculture in the Classroom works to provide educators with the necessary material, background information and local resources to integrate agricultural themes into their curriculum. They provide a newsletter, workshops and materials to the educators participating in the program.
North American Butterfly Association
The North American Butterfly Association's Web site offers resources such as regional gardening publications, newsletter articles, research, recent sightings, and frequently asked questions. Membership and butterfly links are also included.
Rock Garden Quarterly
Articles on a wide range of subjects involving alpines and other wildflowers: methods of propagation from seeds and cuttings; special sites in the garden for particular plants; detailed accounts of plants in the wild; hints on cultivation, etc. Advertisements provide sources for the specialized gardener. ($25 membership fee)