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Indoor Gardening in the Dark Winter

Indoor Gardening in the Dark Winter

As the northernmost state, Alaska has a colder and darker winter than the rest of the country, which also means a shorter outdoor growing season. But at Wrangell Public Schools, educators have figured out a myriad of ways to keep garden-based learning active all year...
Classroom in Bloom

Classroom in Bloom

Sow it, grow it, eat it, know it! This is the motto of Classroom in Bloom, a one-and-a-half acre non-profit educational garden in Washington State’s Methow Valley. The organization is dedicated to deepening the connection between people and the land through school and...
Teen Sends 3 Sisters Seed Boxes Nationwide

Teen Sends 3 Sisters Seed Boxes Nationwide

California teen Alicia Serratos doesn’t shy away from a challenge. She’s a student athlete, an accomplished Girl Scout, an environmentalist and social activist – all at just fifteen years old. She’s been involved in volunteer projects from a young age, many of which...
From Wicking Tub to Potato Party

From Wicking Tub to Potato Party

When Hurricane Laura passed through Louisiana in 2020, it caused extensive damage to Rosepine Elementary. As they rebuilt, Enrichment Lab teacher Beth Thomas suggested building a STEM lab on campus. The lab had a perfect outdoor space for gardening, but Thomas had no...