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Gardening with Kids Shop

The Gardening with Kids Shop is a special part of the National Gardening Association developed to support our mission of promoting home, school, and community gardening as a means to renew and sustain the essential connections between people, plants, and our environment.

Growing Food

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Download a sample lesson plan, "The Producers," from Growing Food

Ask your students to tell you where our food comes from. Do they respond with a restaurant or a grocery store name? Do they suggest it is made in a factory? What about on a farm? Do any of your students hint about our food supply's connection to nature and our environment?

Healthy Sprouts Deadline Extended

Due to Hurricane Sandy we will be extending the deadline for the Healthy Sprouts Award applications until November 5th at 11:59pm.

 

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Youth Garden Spotlight: Twelve Stones CDC Community Garden

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Having had a mild winter, the Twelve Stones Community Garden kicked-off their first youth garden in February 2012. Students jumped at the chance to get raised beds started, filling them with soil and making plant selections.

Youth Program Spotlight: Growing Power Inc. 2012 Jamba Juice "It's All About the Fruit and Veggies" Grant Winner

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Growing Power Chicago Lights Urban Farm is located in the heart of the city of Chicago.  Since 2002, Growing Power has worked in collaboration with Chicago’s Fourth Presbyterian Church to facilitate the Chicago Lights Urban Farm.

Youth Program Spotlight: Growing Power Inc.

2012 Jamba Juice "It's All About the Fruit and Veggies"
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Growing Power Chicago Lights Urban Farm is located in the heart of the city of Chicago.  Since 2002, Growing Power has worked in collaboration with Chicago’s Fourth Presbyterian Church to facilitate the Chicago Lights Urban Farm.

Youth Garden Spotlight: Myers Elementery School

2011 Healthy Sprouts Award Winner
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Apply for the Subaru Healthy Sprouts Award today

Since 2006, Students at Myers Elementary School have been involved in every aspect of the garden. Students engage in lessons on historical plantings, nutritional information, cooking classes, endangered species and so much more.

Home Depot Supports Youth Gardens

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Apply for the Youth Garden Grant today!

Applications are due December 2nd, 2012

The Home Depot Garden Club proudly sponsors Youth Garden Grants, a program targeted to help build and maintain school gardens across the United States. So far, this effort has helped to support over 600 schools with funding, curriculum, employee volunteer hours, and most important, hope.  Many of the programs that received grants have high rates of students receiving free and reduced lunches and are located in underserved areas.

Holding Onto the Garden — Environmental Sustainability

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 short-term needs.” (Hurricane High School, Hurricane, WV)

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