CPF’s Learning Gardens Program implemented in Atlanta Public School-links to media coverage

Photo: October 25th – Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall (left) and Centennial Place Elementary School fifth-graders Kendall Duff, Liya Wilson, Esther Greene and Derrick Tangdonfor (left to right).

A Press Conference was co-hosted by Captain Planet Foundation and Georgia Organics to celebrate the launch of the Captain Planet Foundation’s Learning Gardens Program into 40 Atlanta Public Schools with funding from the Kendeda Fund; along with a promotion of the Georgia Organics’ Farm2School Program that has been adopted system-wide by APS schools this year.

With funding from the Kendeda Fund, Kaiser PermanenteDole FoodsNature ConservancyInstitute for America’s HealthAtlanta Falcons Youth FoundationPublix Supermarkets, and SCANA Energy – the Captain Planet Foundation will be installing over 100 Learning Gardens in metro Atlanta public elementary and middle schools (Cobb County, DeKalb County, Fulton County, and Gwinnett County) over the next two school years.  If you would like YOUR school to be considered for a CPF Learning Garden, please apply here (sign up is mid-page).


WSB-TV and WSBTV.com:  http://bit.ly/K08pvp

Georgia Public Broadcasting Radio interview and GPB.com:  http://bit.ly/16gwKcg

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and AJC.com:  AJC’s Metro section, on the “County by County” feature page http://bit.ly/17U0uJp

Southeast Green: http://bit.ly/1gREAQA 

Georgia Organics:  Facebook page, with lots of photos: http://on.fb.me/1aAGMXi

Look Up Atlanta:  Video of the CPF Learning Gardens Program

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