Lately my blog posts have included lots of tips for seasonal activities. To continue with this trend, I thought I’d share a webinar I recently participated in hosted by the School Garden Support Organization Network. Focused on winter programming in Northern climates, a few school garden experts and I shared our ideas for creative food- and garden-based programming that you can accomplish while your outdoor growing space is dormant. Here’s a link to the recording; I hope you will give the webinar a listen!
If you’re interested in other webinars like this, subscribe to our newsletter for information on webinars that KidsGardening staff participate in. And if you live in a place where your school garden needs to go on hiatus during the winter because of cold temperatures and snow, let us know what fun activities you do to keep students engaged!
- Let it Go
- At Home Garden Activities
- Plant a Seed Day
- Winter Fun at Botanical Gardens and Arboreta
- Garden Planning Calendars
- Flower Garden Dreaming
- Tomato Time: Comparing hydroponic and grow light growth
- Red Cabbage pH Experiment
- The Magic of Greenhouses
- Indoor Garden-Based Activities to Get You Through the Winter