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.

Tips for increasing the environmental sustainability of your site's garden. “We make decisions in the garden based on what is good for the earth, not solely what is good for our
Community gardens are being established nationwide through GRO1000.
A principal's insight on how school gardens can eliminate bullying.     Young gardeners contributing to the larger effort of beautifying the school.Within a garden
Education in the garden is a great way to teach kids to live responsibly and peacefully.This philosophy, from the creator of Playschool Child Care, Inc., Carol Acosta, is what
Instructions for how to install a rain garden and use it to promote environmental stewardship. Rain Garden at Coolidge High School, Washington DCSchool gardens have a long and
Visitors to the NGA headquarters at Vermont Garden Park sitting comfortably outdoorsMany times, as gardeners, we think of the garden as “ours”. The garden exists to fulfill our
Being outside has so much to offer; whether you are a gardener or not, there is a place for you in the Great Outdoors. Each year, thousands of third graders nationwide find a
Student gardener at Atwood Elementary contributing to the compost pile.Compost. It’s all around us. Whether we assist in the process or not, composting is taking place. If we
As the wife of an active duty Marine, Jean Persely has made the most of her frequent moves by teaching others to “bloom where they are planted.” Jean has committed to making a
Children's gardens offer a wonderful avenue for encouraging children to interact with horticulture.Children’s gardens are becoming a popular attraction at botanical gardens and
Think back to your childhood. Can you remember any interactions with plants or a garden that made an impression on you? I can remember the first time I learned about snapdragons.
Successful school gardening with kids in any situation requires a set of great resources. Having resources that enable you to seamlessly use the garden to enhance the core
The Nature Detectives “Today’s child is more familiar with the drive-thru menu than the garden.” This belief is what led Suellen Mullins of DeSoto, Texas, to begin one of the
At the Gaylord Opryland Hotel there are over nine acres of indoor gardens. The manager of horticulture at this luxurious resort identifies the beginning of his fascination with
After spending 20 years as an independent contractor for numerous companies, Lisa Lindmark has found her “best job” as a horticulture instructor at a 600+ patient mental health

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