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How to Grow Food With Kids: Edible Gardening in Schools from Theory to Practice

York Region Nature Collaborative

Saturday, 3 October 2015 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)

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Do you want to start a beautiful school garden this year?  Perhaps you want to expand your school garden to a more impressive one? Maybe you want to teach edible gardening to your students inside the classroom?  In any of these cases, this workshop is for you and this is the perfect time of year to attend!

Leila Mireskandari, an edible gardening educator, will show you real cases, share with you her experience, guide you through some do’s and don’ts, and tell you what to pay attention to and what to spend your time on.  Learn how to plan, what to do, when and how, so that you spend the least amount of time on your garden, in the most productive way, and still get excellent results. You will receive the basic knowledge and will be directed to the best resources to achieve your edible gardening goals in your classrooms, all in only three hours!

Please dress comfortably for both indoor and outdoor activities.

Light refreshments will be served.  Please bring a reusable mug and carpool if possible.

Have questions about How to Grow Food With Kids: Edible Gardening in Schools from Theory to Practice? Contact York Region Nature Collaborative

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Swan Lake Centre
1229 Bethesda Sideroad
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Canada

Saturday, 3 October 2015 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)


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York Region Nature Collaborative

The York Region Nature Collaborative strives to build a movement in which every child has the right to meaningful outdoor experiences that invite them to play, learn, and explore their place in nature every day.

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