PROJECT LEARNING GARDEN
This program provides schools with strategies for building effective and long-lasting garden-based learning programs. Teachers at pilot schools are provided with hands-on training, curriculum aligned to national standards, lesson kits filled with supplies, a schoolyard garden, fully-equipped garden cooking cart, and summer garden management intern.
Gardens can provide a context for multidisciplinary learning, ranging from nutrition and science to social, studies, math and language arts. Students benefit by expanding their palates, taste-testing healthy foods, and learning about food origins; engaging in authentic science field investigations; manipulating the environment to understand math in real-life applications; recreating historical activities; and writing across all these disciplines.
PROJECT LEARNING GARDEN PARTNERS
FIND OUT IF YOU’RE ELIGIBLE FOR A LEARNING GARDEN
2015 Learning Garden Workshops
Feb 27th: PLG K-5, up to 125 ppl, for existing PLG schools that need to send people. Chattahoochee Nature Center
April 18th and 25th: Teacher mixers and plant pick up at CNC and Jackson
Pre K: March TBD
Late Sept: 2nd year track conference
Week of April 27th
October: TBD, with a 1st and 2nd year track
COMPANY VOLUNTEER SIGN UP
ADDITIONAL LEARNING GARDEN SIGN INFORMATION