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Voots® and National Gardening Association Celebrate with Washington Elementary

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We love fruits and vegetables! NEW Voots® kids supplements are made from Vitamin C and a blend of 11 real fruits and veggies. Voots® Veggie-Fruit Tarts are the latest product introduction from Pharmavite LLC, a trusted manufacturer of high-quality vitamins for more than 40 years under the Nature Made brand. For more information, please visit Voots.com.

†Voots® supplements contain a 550mg blend of 11 fruits and vegetables. Voots® supplements are not intended to replace your daily intake of fruits and vegetables, which are important sources of fiber and additional nutrients.

Voots “Get Kids Growing” Garden Grants Celebrates the 2013 Grand Prize Winner

Click here to see all of the 2013 winners!

Salsa Garden

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Growing a salsa garden is an easy and delicious way to spotlight cultural history and teach about nutritious foods.

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.

Promoting Environmental Stewardship through Rain Gardens

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How to Design a Rain Garden

This detailed account provides step-by-step instructions for designing, installing, and maintaining a rain garden. Additional content provided to use this as a high school activity. Download How to Design a Rain Garden (PDF) »

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 successful history with a variety of purposes.  Ninety six percent of the 2010-2011 National Gardening Assoc

Harvesting Sunflower Seeds

The Ultimate Back-to-School Snack

A beautiful, double sunflower before it's begun to product seeds

Disguised Learning

According to Karen Hickmott, at Myers Action Institute, disguised learning means “the students have so much fun while learning they do not realize they are strengthening their academic skills.” Through the after-school and summer garden program offered to students in kindergarten through fifth grade, this 2010 grant winning program ha

Gardening with Creative Containers

The hot summer months of July and August are great activity months for children. This summer, our family has been busy biking, swimming and kayaking quite often. It’s also the time of year to visit your local parks, stop by roadside lemonade stands and perhaps attend a few weekend garage or yard sales.

Growing Nutritious Lessons in a World Garden

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Celebrating a Garden Grant Winner
Impressed with a winning garden program at Washington School in New Jersey, National Gardening Association awarded the school a Youth Garden Grant in November 2010. This story highlights how a global teaching garden project, students, and community all grew and flourished in the following year. Visit the Kidsgardening grants page to learn about the variety of garden grants that NGA offers.

In 2009, students in grades K-2 at Washington School in New Jersey dug into gardening for the first time, and they reaped plenty. The worldwide unity of the Winter Olympic Games planted the seeds for this outstanding project.

The Secret Life of Ponds

Water makes life on the planet not just livable, but possible. All organisms are utterly dependent on it for survival. Our bodies are 80 percent water. It covers three-quarters of the Earth's surface, but only 3 percent of that area is fresh water (the rest is oceanic salt water), and more than half of that is in the form of ice.

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