Students who were exposed to a garden:
Complete lesson plans may be accessed by visiting Schoology and joining the Garden as a Classroom class with access code 7243M-Q8GCS.
Seed Bank - Get free seeds to grow your school garden.
"Animal and insect pollinators are essential to pollination in over 75% of the world’s flowering plants, which includes roughly 35 percent of the world’s crops. Animal and insect pollinators include bees, moths, flies, bats, birds, ants, butterflies, wasps and beetles. Some of these pollinator species have declined in numbers, become endangered or even gone extinct due to the loss of natural food supplies and habitat." - Applewood Seed Co.
Go Bee Friendly
Plants to Grow for a Bee-Friendly Garden
Green Schoolyards Resource Hub
LifeLab For Educators
National Agriculture in the Classroom
National Gardening Association
National School Garden Network
Slow Food USA National School Garden Program
The Edible Schoolyard Project
The People’s Garden (USDA)
Western Grower’s Foundation
Why School Gardens?