Growing A Greener World

The Edible Schoolyard - Using The Garden As The Cl

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Berkeley, CA. - The Edible Schoolyard is a shining example of how a garden can be used as an outdoor classroom, utilizing all of the children's senses to bring book-learning to life. This public middle school classroom uses a natural setting to teach every aspect of its core curriculum (math, science, language arts, social studies, nutrition awareness, etc.). Students learn about the full garden cycle and also learn to cook with what they grow. Viewers will discover how even small aspects of such a program can be incorporated into their own communities.
 

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