Dansville Elementary Garden

Parent, student and teacher volunteers planted the first seeds for our elementary school garden in 2017. The student garden club meets regularly for garden projects, planting, weeding, harvesting, and donating. Teachers use the garden for hands-on learning opportunities, even lessons on composting and worms! Our school garden unifies the rich farming history of our small More

St. Johns High School Garden

Nestled into a protected, sunny courtyard, the St. John’s High School Garden is a focal point that creates school community. A Student Gardening Group plants, grows and eats some of the produce and a partnership with SJHS Food Services provides opportunities for consumption of produce by all students and staff. More

Maple Valley High School

This garden supports the educational goals of MVPS and their SNAP-Ed program. Students work in the 20 bed garden during their after-school club, growing fresh produce for themselves and those in need.  The garden also serves a space for the community to come together to celebrate its accomplishments bringing individuals together through inter-generational gardening. More

Haslett Middle School Garden

This school garden is used in a number of different ways and is supported by teachers, administrators, the Student Council and the Builder’s Club. The garden serves as a service learning project with a bulk of the produce being donated to the local food bank.  Students learn both how to grow and how to give More

RSVP Garden (formerly Colonial Village Youth Garden)

Using garden-based experiences to create empowered and thoughtful local youth, families work together at this garden to… strengthen the community cultivate healthy food choices develop a sense of environmental stewardship build work ethic and self-esteem inspire others to create change Children meet together at the garden on Wednesdays during the growing season.  Learn more at: More

Williamston Explorer Elementary

Explorer Elementary uses its school garden to support their mission of providing instructional excellence; engaging, integrated learning; and responsive intervention and enrichment for each student every day. More

Room 411: The Kinawa Garden Classroom

“Room 411: The Kinawa Garden Classroom” is appropriately named as the school’s last classroom following Room 410, the last indoor classroom. It provides cross-curricula learning in math, science, and community service for students in grades five and six. The garden solidifies and enriches learning in practical ways while simultaneously teaching students the value of growing More

Harvest at Alive

Harvest is a “pizza garden” located in the Preserve at Al!VE health park. The garden was created by Washington Elementary and funded by the ‘Fuel up to Play 60’ program. Elementary students help grow and harvest vegetables needed for pizza sauce and healthy pizza toppings. A projected Phase II of Harvest will include the building More

Gunnsionville Meadows Assisted Living Center Garden

The garden on site serves to renew a sense of community between residents of the assisted living center and the charter school on site. The garden not only grows fresh produce but helps educate students about health and nutrition. More