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Connecting kids to plants via is just one reason the Sally McCabe was named one of our 2019 Jane L. Taylor Award winner. Know someone inspiring future horticulturists? Make a nomination today: Deadline 9/28!
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WholeKidsFoundation Aug 20
GET READY! 🐝🌻🌱 We’ve awarded $30 million in grants since 2011, and we want to support your community too! Applications for K-12 and grants are being accepted from Sunday, September 1st until Tuesday, October 15th. More info:
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Steven Biggs Aug 12
Sunflowers are a fun crop for kids. Emma gives you fun sunflower ideas for kids.
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KidsGardening Aug 7
Make room on your bookshelf! Our garden educator bought all three of this year's winners of the Growing Good Kids Book Award selected by and ! Check them out:
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Aug 8
was just the first stop in whirlwind month of strategizing a cure for . Good news on many fronts - read up here:
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Aug 7
jobs are everywhere! Catch up on season 1 and/or get ready for season 2 of Planted:Finding Your Roots in STEM Careers by
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The Obama Foundation Jul 30
Could a school garden help grow the next generation of conservationists? One of our 2019 started to find out. See how Ciara Byrne’s organization is teaching ecology, math, and business in an unexpected way: gardening.
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Jul 30
Exciting to learn about the brilliant minds working on the 'front lines' of the food justice movement, including a presenter
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Jul 29
Latest int'l news on kids' in today's Youth Gardening Gazette! Thanks to
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Jul 13
Many thx to Community GroundWorks for their fantastic work here in Madison & for helping organize ! We're excited to announce we're partnering w/ Life Lab for in Santa Cruz, CA the week of 7/6/20 (exact dates TBA). See you there!
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Scott Morrison Jul 11
I am at Badger Rock Middle School checking out their . A teacher, when explaining what they do at this school (focus on and ), said this: “Students need real work not fake work.”
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Susan E. Yoder Jul 11
What an energizing day! We had the privilege of visiting 4 Madison, WI school gardens as a part of Every day they inspire kids with the love of plants.
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Randy Seagraves Jul 12
The 2019 Growing Good Kids Book Award Winners just announced at the on the campus of ! And the winners are... • Up in the Leaves (Sterling Children's Books) • Seed School (Seagrass Press) • Errol’s Garden (Child's Play)
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Jul 13
Make sure to stop by the registration room in the Pyle Center before your departure to purchase some books! Have a safe trip home everyone!
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Jul 13
Thanks for coming Lisa!
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Jun 27
Latest int'l news on kids' in today's Youth Gardening Gazette! Thanks to
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Jun 18
From beekeeping to biodiversity to building your garden network, has your professional development needs covered! Online registration closes June 25. FMI on sessions, schedule, and registration, visit
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KatiesKrops Jun 13
We will be starting a Katie's Krops garden at a school designed to meet the specific educational needs of the different learner including students w/ Autism. We would love to connect w/ someone who has knowledge of starting a garden for children on the .
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AmHortSoc NCYGS Jun 11
We love the creative ideas from kids in the Planting Your Solution Contest. See how they want to change the world with plants!
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AmHortSoc NCYGS May 31
Making the Case: Community Engagement for Equitable Access to Nature - Webinar opportunity from . Register at
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