School Gardening Articles

Designed to provide you with the resources needed to successfully implement plant-based lessons into your classroom, the following articles provide background information for a wide variety of garden-related topics.

Tom Stearns is the founder and head seedsman of High Mowing Organic Seeds, a seed company in Wolcott, Vermont that specializes in organically grown seeds. The business began in
There are so many delicious vegetable and herbs to choose from that deciding which to grow may be one of the hardest parts of gardening! If you’re like many gardeners, as you flip
Hotel awards US $20,100 grant ($12,600 from Hyatt Community Grant and $7,500 from Hyatt Jersey City Associates) to KidsGardening.org for its positive community impact.
Imagine it’s a cold day in winter; snow covers the ground and a bitter wind is blowing. You’re outside in bare feet, searching for food to give you the energy to make it
Thanksgiving Day dinner is a meal laden with food traditions. There’s turkey, of course, along with stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberries, candied yams, and pumpkin pie. But
How much trash do we generate every year? In 2012, according to EPA figures, Americans produced a whopping 251 million tons of solid waste, or an average of 4.38
How do you celebrate the harvest? Have you ever had a local foods dinnerShare in the harvest! Celebrate fresh foods from the garden by making new and creative recipes. Ask
Your school garden has fulfilled its promise of plenty, and the harvest has begun. Perhaps you're celebrating abundance by feasting on your delicious produce. But what happens
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, school lets out for
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 has partnered with
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, school lets out for
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. This ideal edible
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 to maturity -- even
Williston, VT (July 18, 2014) — As part of TODAY's Shine a Light series, a campaign to support worthy causes throughout the year, TODAY anchor, Carson Daly has chosen to shine a

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