Whether growing vegetables, fruits, or a variety of herbs, edible gardens are a valuable tool that can be used to promote healthier eating habits, showcase food production and farming practices, teach environmental stewardship, encourage community and social development, and even instill a sense of place. Plus, it's a lot of fun.
Ag for Life offer's a variety of edible gardening workshops, classes, resources and special events all designed to bring out your inner farmer!
Junior Garden Club
Inspired to grow! Little farmers and foodies get hands-on growing their own edible garden and learning first-hand what it takes to grow farm fresh food.
Parents and their children, adults and teens can discover their inner foodie and farmer at our edible gardening workshops.
Garden-based agriculture and nutrition education can motivate school children to eat healthier and garner a greater understanding of food production. The process of planting their own seeds, watching them grow into plants, preparing the grown food, and eventually eating it can give students a new and sustainable perspective on healthy eating habits.
For More Information
Contact Stephanie Koshka if you have any questions about our Edible Garden programs.
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