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.

A century ago, kids grew up with firsthand experiences of the connections between the environment and their food supply. The weather didn’t just
LiFE (Linking Food and the Environment) is a science curriculum series created to give upper elementary and middle school students an in-depth view
Two generations ago entire families gardened together for food and flowers, but today the connection that many of us had with grandma’s garden has been broken
Gardening in south-central Colorado has its challenges: a short growing season, 330 days of sunshine, and very little rainfall. Despite these hurdles, four
Carnivorous plants are a prime example of living organisms adapting to survive in a challenging environment. A special ability to capture and decompose animal
Overview Widespread concern for the environment began to grow in the late 1960’s and is a constant topic in media and policy discussions today. Students need to learn how to
Overview All plants have evolved strategies for surviving in their various habitats, but carnivorous plants have done so in ways that are not only unusual, but also far from
The 2007 “Remember Me” Rose School Garden Awards, generously sponsored by All- America Rose Selections (AARS), provide roses to youth gardens planned around
Since we require food to survive, the quest for a steady supply that is safe and nourishing has always been a part of daily life. In the United States, it’
Overview This lesson gives kids a delicious, hands-on way to remember a simple phrase that will help boost their fruit and vegetable intake. Objective To introduce the importance
Overview Students investigate their own eating habits and trace the history of common foods to gain a better understanding of and appreciation for the bounty and variety of what
Here are some guidelines to help you prepare for fruit and vegetable tasting activities in your classroom. Planning Tips Proper planning is what
Also known as a bioretention system, a rain garden is a landscape feature planted in a shallow depression designed to capture stormwater
If you want to start a food garden with your students but don’t have the space in your schoolyard for a traditional vegetable plot or fruit orchard,
As you approach the design of your edible schoolyard landscape, the biggest challenge may be narrowing your list of potential plants! What follows is not an

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