How Students Learn in the Garden


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School gardens are an exciting way to make class curriculum come to life and demonstrate “real-life” meaning to students as they learn. A garden provides an opportunity for students to participate in hands-on learning that teaches not only the intended subject but also responsibility, teamwork, and respect for nature, others, and themselves. Whether growing vegetables, fruits, or a variety of herbs, our edible gardens are a valuable tool that we use to promote healthier eating habits, appreciate locally grown food sources, teach environmental stewardship, encourage community and social development, and even instill a sense of place.

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