Are you or someone you know passionate about teaching young students in the garden? Want to join a great team working to get students out of the classroom and into school gardens across the North Shore? We’re hiring an Education Coordinator. See the attached job description and please share widely. Posting closes January 18, 2017. Download […]
The EGP School Garden Program is looking for volunteers to help teach students how to grow food. We teach students in schools with gardens all around the North Shore and need your help. Interested Volunteers: Attend the orientation and fill out the appropriate paperwork. Attending the orientation is not a commitment to volunteering, but if you’d like to work with students in our school gardens, please […]
This event has been rescheduled from March 4th, 2016 to April 6th, 2016. ————————— Like teaching kids? Like growing food? On Wednesday, April 6th from 12:30-2:30pm @ Loutet Farm, we’ll be hosting another orientation for community members interested in volunteering with our school garden program. Come to the orientation and learn about our education programs […]
Sutherland Farm Club students admire the radishes and spinach they are growing under a hoop house. The Sutherland Farm and Garden Club meets on a weekly basis to learn about growing food and to teach us at the EGP how to have fun.
The EGP School Garden program is looking for volunteers to help teach students how to grow food. We teach over 600 students in eight schools around the North Shore and need your help. School Garden Orientation: Attend the orientation and learn how to facilitate many of the wonderful hands-on garden activities we do with our students. Fill out some paperwork, […]
We’re looking for new members to add to our team – maybe it’s you?! Summer Intern (paid) – Full-Time APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday June 12th, 2015, 12AM PST (midnight) Download: Position Information and Application Process Start Date: July 6, 2015
As part of our 2014 season wrap up, we interviewed members of our community about their experiences with the EGP, and we’d like to share some of their stories with you. Thanks to all for sharing! EGP Volunteer Diana: EGP volunteer Diana first started volunteering with the EGP because she wanted to get more actively […]
Our students are just getting their first look at their “garlic babies” this month. Measure garlic growth each month to observe it’s growth patterns.
After planting seeds, we always remind our students to “talk to your babies.”
Kid’s say the smartest things. Last week a student visiting Loutet Farm said: “Feeding vegetables compost, is like feeding them their dead ancestors.” wow.