Along with the obvious benefits of watching things grow, educators have found that school gardens help improve academic achievement, create pride in the school and have a positive impacts on students' behavior.
Read more about school gardens in our latest newsletter to find tips and tricks starting a school garden as well as garden-themed classroom activities.
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- Peanuts (Spring 2016)
- Seasons and Cycles on the Farm (Fall 2016)
- Dairy (Spring 2015)
- Ethanol (Fall 2015)
- Farm Machines (Spring 2014)
- Grocery Stores (Fall 2014)
- Produce (Spring 2013)
- Pumpkins (Fall 2013)
- Farmers' Markets (Spring 2012)
- Poultry (Fall 2012)
- Literacy Connections (Fall 2011)
- Soil (Spring 2011)
- Woolly Animals (Fall 2010)
- Health and Nutrition (Spring 2010)
- Bees (Spring 2009)
- Apples (Fall 2008)
- Scots-Irish-German (Spring 2008)
- Christmas Trees (Fall 2007)
- Class Garden (Spring 2007)