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Welcome to the Sand Point Elementary Garden!

Welcome to the Sand Point Elementary School Garden! Located in Seattle, Washington, the Sand Point student grow and harvest their own vegetables in their very own school garden. Let's take a tour!

Develop Healthy Habits this Summer by Dr. Alona Pulde

I can imagine by this time of year the approach of summer is warmly welcomed! Yet after a few weeks of focusing on well-deserved rest and relaxation, you may be asking, what’s next? Summer is an excellent time to develop new healthy habits that are easier to maintain, rather than start from scratch, in the hustle and bustle of a busy school year. Here are a few of my favorites…

Take-Home Gardens Get Families Cooking

Through a series of community extension projects, including take-home container gardens, Orlando Day Nursery aims to help low-income families grow their own food and cook at home more often.

50 New School Beehives Funded by Whole Kids Foundation® and The Bee Cause Project

25,000 kids introduced to importance of bees and pollination

Whole Kids Foundation® School Food Support Initiative

The School Food Support Initiative (SFSI) was created to support medium sized school districts who are eager to transform their school lunch programs from processed foods to scratch-cooked meals.