Teaching and Learning Gardens

Getting your students actively involved in a garden is a great way to teach nutrition and STEM disciplines in your school, and recently, there have been a number of articles describing the educational benefits of an on-campus educational garden:

We will be happy to assist you with the design and building of your teaching and learning garden and tend your garden during the school year and during the long days of summer.  How to fund your teaching and learning garden?  Below is a list of grant opportunities to fund the building and service of your garden.  In addition, we have put together a list of active-learning curricula to teach nutrition and the STEM disciplines in your teaching and learning garden.

 

Grant opportunities to fund your teaching and learning garden:

http://bgcf.org/learn/how-to-receive/for-grant-seekers/

 

http://www.gardenabcs.com/Grants.html

 

http://eeinkentucky.org/core/item/topic.aspx?tid=85010

 

http://kgi.org/grants?gclid=CO2S-dno_78CFc1_MgodpWMALw

 

http://grants.kidsgardening.org/

 

http://www.realschoolgardens.org/resources.aspx