Ms. Sarah and her first grade class in Brooklyn create their first indoor garden.
With the help of a gardening guru and the Birds Nest Foundation, the kids learn what goes into… Read More
We rejoin Ms. Sarah and her first graders back at their indoor garden.
At last, after all the hard work that went into the garden, the class is ready to taste the… Read More
We are very excited to announce that Parent Earth is now a Content Partner with the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA)! Partnership for a Healthier America is an innovative consortium of government,… Read More
As a longtime Food Activist and leader, Karen Washington has paved the way for farmer’s markets and urban gardens in the South Bronx, one of the poorest and most obese counties in the nation. She is an inspirational grandma who is changing the system.
Did you know that farmers markets are sprouting up in neighborhoods and communities all around? According to new research by the U.S department of Agriculture, the number has risen by 17%.This means… Read More
In the early 90′s a group of Berkeley parents decided to work together and improve the quality of food served in their children’s schools. Inspired by Alice Waters‘ ideas, these BUSD parents… Read More
Why do fruits taste so much better when they are in season? This video from Nourish Life shows how eating seasonally impacts what you put in your body as well as the… Read More
A new film about school lunch by Avis Richards
Tagline: “Education starts from the ground up”
What’s wrong with our food system when the U.S. Department of Defense runs the fruits… Read More
The Double Up Food Bucks program by the Fair Food Network allows families who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) the ability to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables from local, Michigan farmers… Read More
Last week, I was happy to take a field trip to visit the beautiful rooftop garden at Harlem Children’s Zone, where I met with garden, food and nutrition … Read Moreinstructor Mia Littlejohn and