Growing Your Instructional School Garden Presented by Tonya Mandl, Teacher Advisor and School Garden Coordinator LAUSD Nutrition Network [email protected] (818)609-2552
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"School gardens can be a vehicle for teaching standards-based science, mathematics, social science, and English-language arts courses, as well as garden-enhanced nutrition, health, agricultural, and visual art education. School gardens reinforce healthy food choices and lifestyles in an experiential learning environment. Instructional school gardens can nourish students\' bodies and minds and also help students develop a better appreciation for sustaining the environment, maintaining our food supply, and prompting stewardship of our earth.”
-California Superintendent of Schools, Jack O’Connell
School Gardens have been proven to “increase interest in eating fruits and vegetables and improve attitude toward vegetables and toward fruit and vegetable snacks”
-Gardens for Learning
If they grow it, they eat it!
- “Ready, Set, Grow”Garden-based Nutrition Education strategies with easy-to-grow, easy-to-eat vegetables
- “Nutrition in a Three Sisters Garden”Integrating Nutrition, Horticulture and Environmental Stewardship with traditional Native American planting.
- “From Seeds to Soil to Salads”Garden-based Nutrition Education make-and-take activities for the classroom
Saturday in the Nutrition Garden workshops for teachers and parents at the demonstration garden
- Nutrition and classroom cooking with Nutrition Specialists
- Garden-based Nutrition Education with Teacher Advisors
- Growing with children strategies with volunteer Master Gardeners
- Parent involvement strategies with Parent Outreach ConsultantLAUSD Examples
-A Child’s Garden of Standards Free
- Nutrition to Grow On
- Kids Cook Farm Fresh Food
- School Garden Resource Packet Free
-10 Terrific Vegetables and Everything you Need to Grow and Know them
-Gardens for LearningFree
The BACKBONE of a successful garden program
-Cornell University Garden Mosaics: www.gardenmosaics.cornell.edu and Garden-based learning: www.hort.cornell.edu/gbl
-Texas A&M Nutrition in the Garden: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/nutrition/index
-UC Santa Cruz Life Lab Program: www.lifelab.org
A partnership with the LAUSD Nutrition Network
To educate children by building and sustaining school gardens throughout the greater Los Angeles area.
To this aim, we will:
Wednesday, May 23rd
3:30 - 5:30
Venice HS Learning Garden
13000 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles