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A Garden in Every School Symposium

growing together logoEarly Bird Registration Ends Friday

We’ve planned an inspiring weekend for you! Network with like-minded teachers, parents, garden designers, community leaders, school garden coordinators, and others involved with helping kids make the connection between food, health and the environment. By encouraging and supporting a garden in every school, we create opportunities for our children to discover fresh food, connect to a living environment while applying academic standards, to develop social and emotional skills and consider future career options. This weekend will encourage and prepare you to “Do One Thing” that builds the garden learning on your campus.

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Our intention is to advance Delaine Eastin’s A Garden in Every School initiative by advocating for a collaborative regional commitment

to accomplish the goal of a garden in every school by 2020 for the children of America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital.

Will you help us?

 

Saturday, February 25 & 26 • Luther Burbank High School

Workshops, Success Stories, Best Practices, Panel Discussions, Delicious Food

Featured Speakers Include:

Rachel Pringle, Chief Strategy Officer, Education Outside, San Francisco

Karen Brown, Designer and Creative Director, Center for Ecoliteracy

John Fisher, Director of Programs and Partnerships, Life Lab Santa Cruz

Download the draft schedule >>

Early Bird: $75  After February 17: $95 (Discount for groups of 3+)

More info and register >>

We count on your generous support to continue our work and service to the community.

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Please consider donating today. Thank you!

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