Hello GSF Friends and Family!
The 2014 - 2015 school year has begun! And with the onset of another fabulous year of gardening and learning throughout Garden School Foundation's 5 school sites, returns the joy of our monthly Saturday workdays, filled with gratifying garden projects and delicious home-made food. Please grace us with your presence throughout the year, whether you work 9-5 and can only visit on the weekends or you just want to spend a day in the garden! Come one, come all. Everyone is welcome (groups included)!
For more information, including directions, please visit our Workdays page!
We'll see you there:
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Please watch this fantastic video the wonderful folks at Andrew Jackson Elementary made to raise $5k for the Seed to Table program at their school!
We are honored and excited to announce that the Garden School Foundation has been awarded a 1-year, $25,000 grant from the S Mark Taper Foundation. This grant will allow us to continue our Seed to Table program at our 5 elementary school sites in Los Angeles. For more information about the S Mark Taper Foundation, please visit: http://www.smtfoundation.org/ Read more
In one fell swoop, Garden School Foundation has more than doubled in size, enabling us to quadruple our impact and provide more opportunities to get kids involved in the ever improving foodscape of Los Angeles County. Expanding beyond our flagship school garden program at 24th Street Elementary School, we have added four new Seed-to Table garden programs, bringing fresh food, nutrition education, and hands on science and language arts classes to an additional 1,200 students in underserved schools. You can now find our program at Andrew Jackson Elementary School in Altadena, Rockdale Elementary School in Eagle Rock, Grand View Boulevard Elementary School in Mar Vista and Wilshire Crest School in Mid-Wilshire. Please read on to learn more about the dedicated and energetic people bringing Garden School Foundation's mission to life:
Long, long ago dinosaurs roamed our rugged world. Sadly, the ice age hit as did a comet or two and that was the end of that story. OR WAS IT??!! Did we really lose our connection to the Paleozoic Era? Or is a part of it still with us? Folks, cue the Jurassic Park theme song. Enter: Equisetum, also known as horsetail.