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National Wildlife Federation Eco-Schools.
Discover why ECO-Schools USA is the largest comprehensive green school program. Echo-Schools provides you with the framework to make positive, lasting change in your school community. It can be directly integrated into your existing curriculum, so you can still meet the educational standards that you need to teach.
University of New Hampshire Extension School Gardening Resources.
Gardens are places for great learning and can be used as a tool to teach many subjects. Available lessons, best practices, and resources from UNH Extension and their partners.
USDA Food and Nutrition Service School Gardens Fact Sheet.
School gardens help establish healthy eating habits, are used as educational tools in the classroom and promote community inclusion. This fact sheet for farm to school stakeholders provides examples of school gardens that have taken root, and resources to continue growth.
Growing Minds: Farm to School
School garden resources including: Basic steps for starting a classroom garden, garden lesson plans, Weekly activities for K-2.
The Slow Food USA School Garden Network
The goal of the Slow Food School Garden Network is to support educators, volunteers, garden leaders and local Slow Food chapters become more effective in sustaining school garden programs in their community. School garden curriculum available to down-load, along with academic research findings.
Their mission is to create opportunities for kids to play, learn, and grow through gardening, engaging their natural curiosity and wonder.
They support educators and families with grant funding, original educational resources, inspiration, and community to get more kids learning through the garden.
Action for Healthy Kids School Garden
Tips and Resources on how starting, funding, and maintaining a school garden. Links to additional resources including National Education curricula.
NH Farm to School Curriculum
Find useful information on starting and planning a school garden here, as well as lesson plans for each grade level to get students outside.