Garden-based learning projects for all ages was first broadcast on March 7, 2012 as the second webinar in a five part series titled: Cultivating Community with Garden-Based Learning Programs. Running time approximately 24 minutes.
Soil quality is affected by many factors, including past and present land use and nearness to pollution sources. Soil test results and site history can provide information to guide efforts to improve garden quality and protect the health of gardeners, their families, and others in the community.
There are a whole myriad of ways in which the national curriculum can be delivered through school gardening. Here we give you just a flavour of what’s possible and include some useful links to more resources.
Outcome-based garden program planning, evaluation & funding was first broadcast on March 21, 2012 as the fourth webinar in a five part series titled: Cultivating Community with Garden-Based Learning Programs.
Soils are formed by the decomposition of rock and organic matter over many years. Soil properties vary from place to place with differences in bedrock composition, climate, and other factors. At times, the amounts of some soil elements and other substances may exceed levels recommended for the health of humans, animals, or plants. Certain chemical elements occur naturally in soils as components of minerals, yet may be toxic at some concentrations. Other potentially harmful substances may end up in soils through human activities.
Illinois Farm to School program provides youth, K-12, with access to nutritious meals, while supporting local farmers and communities. This program provides children with fresh, local food, and helps them understand where their food comes from and how food choices affect their health, environment and community.
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