Updated: Jun 22, 2020
It's Almost Spring, Garden Educators!
The bulbs and buds are emerging. According to the calendar, spring starts in a week,
but there's still a small chance of frost. Read on for March highlights...
Looking for a fun, simple way to motivate kids to sow seeds? Make Corn "Pop" with Flavor by cooking up this healthy snack.
The School Garden Task Force gets a shout out in this article, Kids in the Garden.
Ditch school and fly to Vegas for the 5th AnnualGreen Our Planet's School Garden Conference.
Check out what Oregon State is doing to promote Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Schools in thisExtension Article.
Lesson of the Month: As the weather improves, so do the insect populations. With this field guide, kids can identify what kind of ladybugs are present in the garden this time of year.
**Would you like to share an organization, resource, or lesson? Send me a note and I'll include it in the monthly blast. **
If you've read this far, you deserve a prize! What and how much produce have you harvested in your school garden so far in 2019? The first 5 teachers to email me your answer are eligible to receive FREE Peaceful Valley seeds for a Three Sisters Garden.
Empowering teachers, schools, and communities to grow school gardens that enhance science education, nurture wellness, and foster environmental literacy.