bringing science to life
By using gardens as living laboratories for exploration and experimentation.
improving health outcomes
By fostering a positive relationship between children and fresh fruits and vegetables.
getting students out and active
Spending active time outdoors improves student health and well being.
During the 2015-2016 School Year
96% of students increased their science and garden knowledge
Affinity for Vegetables
53% of students reported an increased preference for vegetables
1,702 hours were spent actively gardening with kids
School Garden Project delivered 567 educational garden sessions to area schools
1,237 students were served by our programs
325 Volunteers joined in to make our programs possible by giving over 2,100 volunteer hours