Stone Soup encourages students to try a wide variety of vegetables while building classroom community through cuisine.
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A School Garden Goes On Tour!
Inviting the community to tour your garden is an authentic opportunity to beautify a school campus.
There’s Just Nothing Like It…
Saturday School offers a unique opportunity for garden enrichment.
Sharing the Summer Harvest with Open Garden Days
Reward hard work with garden bounty.
Still Vermi-composting After All These Years: A Tribute to Will Allen
Vermicomposting is a simple, yet rewarding way to teach about decomposition while enriching the school garden.
Embracing a Place-Based Approach in the School Garden
The Power of Place was the theme of Watershed Week 2017.
Backward Planning for a School Garden Salsa Harvest
Tomatoes start showing up in the big-box stores as early as February. To stay competitive, the locally owned nurseries probably stock them not much later, even though they know that it does little good to plant tomatoes any earlier than April 15th in Napa. Depending on your location, the low evening temperatures throughout the summer…
How to Be Patient, Instill Permanence, and Promote Passive Gardening
Winter is a time for slow school gardening.
Creepy Crawlies Aplenty! Don’t Bug Out When You Find These Three in the Garden
Cockroaches, Termites, and Mantises, Oh My!
Advice for Grateful Gardening: How to Give Thanks for Valuable Volunteers
Give thanks for volunteers this holiday season.
Sensing the Unique Characteristics of Jarrahdale Pumpkins
Who knew pumpkins could be blue?
Four Ways to Labor Less in the School Garden
Maintaining a school garden is a labor of love.