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.

Hungry deer, securing funding, and finding volunteers were just a few of the challenges facing the students and teachers at the British School of Washington (BSW) in Washington, D
Some Native American tribes dried, collected and stored sunflower seeds in ceramic urns that were sometimes buried.
Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota youth are learning sustainable, urban growing and healthy eating through Youth Farm, a youth-led, non-profit organization dedicated to smart
Crisp, sweet apples hanging like burnished ornaments on fall trees. Nothing tastes quite like a fall apple, and apples invite lots of fall activity for the whole family.
Raised beds and containers make gardening easy.In the small northeastern Indiana town of Milford is the Milford School, a modest K-8 school with a magnificent after school
A flower farm is not your average farm. There are no cows and chickens, corn or wheat, just rows and rows of beautiful flowers waiting to be cut to Bright colors abound at a
Sweet potato (kumara) harvest at the RSS.New Zealand is a green, gardening paradise, so it’s no wonder the schools there host outstanding gardens like the sustainable school yard
Getting kids outside and forcing them to take a ”screen” break is one of the many benefits of gardening. Spending time in nature decreases stress, increases emotional well-being
Don’t start packing up the garden tools just yet! Even though spring and summer are the spotlighted growing seasons, fall is actually an excellent time to garden with kids in
Voots “Get Kids Growing” Garden Grants Celebrates the 2013 Grand Prize Winner Click here to see all of the 2013 winners!
Children with autism bloom in programs that couple inviting garden spaces with appropriately designed horticultural therapy activities. “Many children with autism are calmer and
Establishing strong relationships with community members and organizations is an important component for planting a successful school garden program. “The Washington Community
Williston, VT (June 19th, 2013) – Mantis and the National Gardening Association are proud to present the 2013 Mantis Tiller Award winners! 25 programs have been selected to
Congratulations on winning a 2012-2013 Garden Grant from the National Gardening Association! 260 garden programs within the United States and around the world received awards to
Other than for schools with year-round schedules, maintaining a garden during the summer is a common challenge. Watering and weeding needs reach their peak at the same time

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