Children plant a kale transplant.

Gardening Resources

Starting a Preschool Garden from Georgia Organics

Fearless Beginning Gardening at Your Program from Community Groundworks

Growing Minds Farm to School Program from ASAP

Garden-Based Learning for Early Childhood Settings: A Guide for Educators and Caregivers from Keep Growing Detroit

Guide to Preschool Gardens in Wyoming from National Farm to School Network

Resources for Starting a School Garden from MSU Extension

Cultivating Social-Emotional Health with Farm to Early Care and Education from MSU Center for Regional Food Systems

COVID-19 Outdoor Learning Resources from Green Schoolyards America

Nurture Young Children's Health and Curiosity During COVID-19 from University of Tennessee’s Maternal & Child Health Nutrition Leadership Trainee Program, Association of State Public Health Nutritionists, and National Farm to School Network

Farm to ECE Network Gardening Resources.jpgSNAP-Ed in the Garden

SNAP-Ed programs across the country deliver nutrition education through gardening. Gardening can be good physical activity for kids and adults. Gardening also gives families skills so that they can grow their own food at home. Kids like to grow fruits and veggies and then try them!

Gardening Curriculum for Adults - Energize Your Life: Gardening for a Healthier You (PDF, 53.2MB) SNAP-Ed. Washington State University Extension.

Herbs are Easy and Cheap to Grow at Home. SNAP-Ed. California Department of Social Services. CalFresh. EatFresh.

Toolkit for SNAP Participants. SNAP Gardens.

Maryland School Gardens - Overview and Curriculum SNAP-Ed. University of Maryland Extension.  

How to Transplant Vegetables Wherever you Live. SNAP-Ed. ONIE Project.

Growing Your Own Herbs Indoors. SNAP-Ed. ONIE Project.

Fresh From the Garden Lessons. SNAP-Ed. University of California CalFresh.

Grow to Learn. University of Florida. Florida Nutrition Program.

The Demo Garden Blog. Kansas State Research and Extension.

Nutrition to Grow on. California Department of Education.

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