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Plan Ahead: The Fall Garden

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It's not too late to plant the school garden! Plant edibles like lettuce, spinach, kale, and radishes for a fall harvest. Check out our Winter Garden Seed Collection

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 in northern areas -- and this is the best time of year to plant spring-flowering bulbs. Engaging children in the garden throughout the year strengthens their understanding of nature's cycles and deepens their love and respect for the environment.

Top 5 TODAY Show Garden Essentials

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Imagine creating your own version of Carson Daly's TODAY show garden! See the complete list at GardeningWithKids.org.  And just for our KidsGardening readers, SAVE 20% through the month of August on all TODAY show products--just use coupon code TODAY20 at checkout.
 
Please note that this offer excludes greenhouses and sheds. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annie's Teams up with KidsGardening.org and Carson Daly to Support TODAY Show Garden Initiative

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Join us by adding your donation today at Crowdrise.com/Carson.

Annie’s presents check on TODAY Show with Carson Daly to shine a light on childhood hunger and healthy eating in America

Carson Daly Plants a Garden with KidsGardening.org to Alleviate Childhood Hunger

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Join KidsGardening.org and TODAY by supporting Carson Daly's Crowdrise fundraiser!


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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 light on childhood hunger and healthy eating in America.

Carson Daly's TODAY Garden

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Help Carson Daly and KidsGardening.org plant a garden in every school. Donate Today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Housed together in a four-story brown brick structure surrounded by brownstones and apartment buildings is PS 705 and Exceed Charter School of Brooklyn, New York. This combined school in the Crown Heights neighborhood has dedicated 1,000 square feet of their courtyard to an important cause: growing healthy food.

Beneficial Insects: We Get By with a little Help from Our Friends

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What lives in your garden? Check out this free lesson that explores the garden as a habitat for pollinators, wildlife, and other living organisms. 

We can all use a little help in the garden. And the garden has an army of tiny helpers eager to lend a hand. They are the beneficial insects, ones that behave in ways that are helpful to the crops we grow. These “good bugs” help out in a variety of ways—by hunting and eating (or using as food for their young) insects that are harmful to our crops, by parasitizing insects we consider pests, or by pollinating the fruiting plants we grow.

Mike Metallo speaks with TODAY anchors Carson Daly and Matt Lauer to Shine A Light on Childhood Hunger

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Join KidsGardening.org and TODAY by supporting Carson Daly's Crowdrise fundraiser!

Now through July 2nd, when you raise $50 you will automatically be entered for a chance to go backstage with Carson Daly at The Voice! Visit CrowdRise Now to Learn More


A Big THANK YOU to the Sponsors Who Have Pledged their Support:


Williston, VT (June 24, 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 light on childhood hunger and healthy eating in America.

KidsGardening.org Teams Up with TODAY to Shine A Light on Childhood Hunger

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Join KidsGardening.org and TODAY by supporting Carson Daly's Crowdrise fundraiser!

And when you raise $25 or more you will have a chance to win a Garden Starter Package, valued at over $500. See rules.


A Big THANK YOU to the Sponsors Who Have Pledged their Support:

Williston, VT (May 30, 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 light on childhood hunger and healthy eating in America. He's teamed up with KidsGardening.org, a national nonprofit organization based in Vermont, that's on a mission to get a Garden in Every School® across the country.

Video: Carson helps fight hunger with school gardens

Top 5 Tips for Gardening with Kids!

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Kids just want to have fun! The Gardening With Kids Home & Family catalog is filled with fun, educational products for kids.

Now through June 30th, take $5.00 off your complete order using Coupon Code: summerfun.

Looking for more activity ideas and lessons? Go to kidsgardening.org activities and lesson plans! We offer complete step-by-step instructions for many gardening activities. To start, check out this lesson plan on How to Make a Seed Bomb

Do you want your kids to grow up in the garden and learn how to grow their own food? To cultivate a love of gardening and fresh vegetables, involve kids in fun, hands-on garden projects. Garden games and creative approaches to garden activities can inspire kids to explore and learn – all while having a good time! Increase kids’ enthusiasm with these great gardening tips.

School Gardens Cultivate the Future, One Child at a Time

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As part of TODAY's Shine a Light series, a campaign to support worthy causes throughout the year, TODAY & Carson Daly have chosen to shine a light on childhood hunger and healthy eating in America. He's teamed up with KidsGardening.org to get a Garden in Every School® across the country. To kick off this initiative, Daly started with a garden for three schools that share a campus in the Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York: P.S. &705, P.S. 22, and the Exceed Charter School. Learn more

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Begin by imagining students planting seeds in the school garden, and in a matter of days they observe tiny leaves emerging from the soil. This simple seed starting activity teaches children about the cycle of life as well as where food comes from.

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