Agriculture in the Classroom
National Resource Directory
Alice Ferguson Foundation Maryland
American Community Gardening Association
American Horticultural Society
Boston Schoolyard Initiative
California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom
California School Garden Network
Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems
University of California Santa Cruz
Center for Ecoliteracy
Education for Sustainable Living: Seminars, programs, grants
Chicago Botanic Garden
Community Gardening Programs
Center for Teaching and Learning Programs
Chicago Wilderness Leave No Child Inside Chicagoland
Children's Garden Network
The Children's Garden Network is starting its fifth year helping kids, parents, teachers, administrators, gardeners and community members to start and grow sustainable garden programs - and we can help you too! Work with us to plant a children's garden at your school or youth organization this coming year and watch your children grow - and with them, a better world for all of us to live in.
City Blossoms Washington DC
City Green Ringwood, NJ
Dedicated to creating urban community, youth and school gardens in northern New Jersey’s cities to enrich the lives of inner city residents, while cultivating education in public health, nutrition and the environment.
CitySeed New Haven, Conn.
CitySprouts Cambridge, Mass.
Cornell Garden-Based Learning Program
Providing educators with inspiring, research-based gardening resources and professional development to support engaging, empowering, and relevant learning experiences for children, youth, adults, and communities.
Cultivating Community Portland, Maine
Using organic, sustainable practices to grow food in community and school gardens and at partnering farms for those who are most vulnerable.
D.C. Schoolyard Greening Washington, D.C.
Farm To School
The vision for FoodCorps is to recruit young adults for a yearlong term of public service in school food systems. Once stationed, FoodCorps members will build Farm to School supply chains, expand food system and nutrition education programs, and build and tend school food gardens.
Green Education Foundation / Green Thumb Challenge 2010
Provides environmental education resources for Pre K-12 classrooms and youth groups nationwide. Green Thumb Challenge is calling on schools and youth groups nationwide to plant 10,000 classroom and outdoor gardens from Feb 1 through Aug 31, 2010. Register to receive a $10 off a $50 purchase at Lowe's, and the opportunity to be awarded a $5,000 grant in recognition of their garden project.
Green Teacher Network
Chicago area network for garden-based learning. Facebook page.
Grow to Learn NYC
The Citywide School Gardens Initiative was established in 2010 as a public-private partnership between the Mayor’s Fund, GrowNYC, and several government agency partners. The Mayor's Fund and GrowNYC manages day-to-day operations, providing a centralized location for coordinating fundraising, management and promotion of the Citywide School Gardens Initiative's efforts throughout New York City.
Illinois Agriculture in the Classroom
Illinois Farm Bureau
Illinois Urban Extension Just for Kids gardening activities
Junior Master Gardener
Curricula, Literature, How-To
Kentucky School Garden Network
Working to create vibrant, sustainable, edible gardens in every public, independent and parochial school in the Commonwealth of Kentucky
KidsGardening.org / National Gardening Association
Lake County Farm Bureau Grayslake, Ill.
Lansing (Mich.) Youth Gardening Coalition
Providing support and resources to youth gardens in the Greater Lansing area.
Liberty Prairie Conservancy Grayslake, Ill.
Macomb County School Garden Initiative Michigan
Comprehensive news about school garden initiatives in Southeast Michigan, as well as postings of national grants and resources.
Morton Arboretum Lisle, Ill.
National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities
Outdoor Learning Environments Resource List
New Jersey Farm to School Network
Improving school food. Promoting locally grown produce. Educating through school gardens. It's all about the food.
Organic School Project
Organic School Project has encouraged healthy lifestyles for over 3,500 kids and thousands of families since our founding in 2005. Our mission is to combat childhood obesity and related health epidemics through the Grow Teach Feed model, laying the foundation for urban youth to build sustainable lifestyles.
Project Learning Tree
Award-winning environmental education program
A partnership between Annie's and National Farm to School Network that encourages parents and schools to help one million kids dig and plant veggies through harvest 2011. The group asks that you commit to helping at least one kid learn how to grow and eat real food. The site’s tasty gardening tidbits, stories and contests will inspire you to get started.
Slow Food in the Schools - Slow Food USA
Garden-to-Table projects providing meaningful, hands-on food experiences and education to K-12 students
San Francisco Green Schoolyard Alliance
Share Our Strength
A national organization working to ensure no child in America grows up hungry
Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE)
Tampa Bay School Gardening Network
The Garden School Spartanburg, S.C.
The Food Project Greater Boston
A national model of engaging young people in personal and social change through sustainable agriculture
Urban Sprouts San Francisco
Washington Youth Garden at U.S. National Arboretum Washington DC