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Edition IX: March 2017

School Spotlight:
South Whidbey School District Farm and Garden Program

The South Whidbey School District Farm and Garden Program integrates the garden into the school experience of students in grades K-8 and delivers seasonal fresh vegetables to the district’s elementary, middle, and high school campuses. Click here to learn more!

Lesson of the Month:
Eat a Rainbow

Teach your students about the health benefits of eating a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables.

Garden Activity:
Plant Parts Salad

Make a fun salad that includes a variety of plant parts, including roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds.

Garden How-to:
Grow a Rainbow

One of the best ways to get kids to try colorful fruits and veggies? Let them grow their own! Find ideas for growing a rainbow of produce in your youth garden.

Plant of the Month: Peas

Peas thrive when the weather is cool, so young gardeners eager to get outside and get planting can start sowing seeds in early spring. Find out more about growing garden, snow and
snap peas.


Future Scientists Need your Support

Since 1982, we have relied on donors like you to make the Youth Garden Grant available to deserving teachers and students across the country. Please keep this beautiful tradition alive with your support today.

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