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“This book is a treasure trove of good advice and innovative ideas. From the usual ‘what to grow’ and ‘how to garden’ to using the garden as a teaching tool and creative starting point…Fabulous resource for schools but also families who want to get more out of their patch of land.”
“This terrific guide is filled with detailed, practical guidelines for organizing and running a school garden.”
“This is my bible on starting a school garden."
Anyone looking to start a childrens gardens, this book is a must read.
This is an excellent, inspiring book from start to finish with big picture ideas as well as loads of practical applications and great resources.
There is also an extensive resource list in the back which has links to a number of interesting sites.
If you're starting a school garden get your hands on this book. The authors are in California so the climate is very different than what we deal with in the Midwest but the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nancy O'Connor
This is an excellent, inspiring book from start to finish with big picture ideas as well as loads of practical applications and great resources.Published 13 months ago by mary lou brown
I'm working more with youth and needed some material that was simple enough for any age group to follow and participate in. This book definitely does the job.Published 15 months ago by Trustworthy973
This was a easy read type book. I enjoyed reading and gathering informative I needed to take my garden plans to my bosses. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sarah
I gave this as a gift to a 1st Grade teacher. The kids are plantingseeds in a garden this year!Published 19 months ago by Patricia A.Gillespie
This book was great as it takes you from the beginning to the end of trying to organize a school garden for kids of all ages.Published 20 months ago by Lottie Huntsman
I am SO HAPPY that I purchased this book!I am a mom of two elementary school children and we (as a family) are diving into helping with our environmental center at our school. Read morePublished on August 29, 2012 by Lisa Seeger