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Inclusive Signage at Flatwoods Elementary

Inclusive Signage at Flatwoods Elementary

KidsGardening defines Inclusion as: belonging, voice, community, and safety. Having “Inclusive Signage” in the garden means incorporating these aspects in outdoor learning spaces through visual signs. Nicole Dugat, Executive Director of Schoolyard Roots, shares how...
Growing School Food Gardens Project

Growing School Food Gardens Project

The KidsGardening team is thrilled to be a recipient of a 2021 USDA Farm to School Implementation Grant. Our “Growing School Food Gardens” Project will leverage the brand new Kids Garden Community to form a vibrant network devoted to growing school food gardens,...
An interview with author Grace Lin

An interview with author Grace Lin

On November 18, 2021 during an Instagram Live “Garden Story,” Lily Nguyen, Education Specialist at KidsGardening, interviewed Grace Lin about her experience gardening and growing up, and how her experiences shaped her work as a children’s book author. The following...
Urban Gardening In NYC with Wambui Ippolito

Urban Gardening In NYC with Wambui Ippolito

Wambui Ippolito’s favorite garden is her grandmother’s in East Africa. Her grandmother would return from the city after work and tend to her vegetables, where she and Wambui would bond amongst the flourishing beans, potatoes, and sweet potatoes.  “It made me feel very...
Quick Pickle Your Garden

Quick Pickle Your Garden

We love cooking garden-grown food with kids! Not only can cooking encourage kids to try something new, it also allows them to have ownership of what they make. Moreover, there are no limits when it comes to cooking or gardening - just endless possibilities. Each meal...