Did you know that a shovel is not just a gardening tool but a tool to engage learners? Join us for an evening of discussion and demonstrations sure to get your garden season growing!
- Learn how to use gardens as teaching tool
- Learn about using seasonal extension techniques to lengthen your school garden season
- Gain ideas for improving your garden programs
- Share stories, successes, and challenges
- Make new connections
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Hanover Street School, Lebanon, NH
Teachers, volunteers, and anyone with an interest in school or youth gardens are encouraged to attend.
Program and facilitated discussion will be led by Ron Christie, UNH Cooperative Extension Program Coordinator. Ron owns Living Earth Farm, a Certified Organic micro farm in Brookline, N.H., that grows and sells vegetables and herbs. In 2010, Ron joined UNH Cooperative Extension as the Agricultural Resources Program Assistant and coordinates the activities of the Master Gardener Volunteers in Rockingham County.
Farm to School Coordinator
Upper Valley Farm to School Network