Just before summer vacation started, Public School 107’s Green and Garden Committee, in Brooklyn, NY, hosted a panel of super food heroes:
The Lunch Tray’s founder, Bettina Elias Siegel, came up from… Read More
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
Join the P.S. 107
… Read More KinderGardeners as they explore the magic of growing. These tiny urban farmers plant, tend, and eat their favorite veggies and herbs while learning about reading, writing and science.
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
Welcome back to the school year everyone! Hope you and your kids are relaxed and happy after summer vacation, and excited to start a new school year. When I was a kid… Read More
Food Film Friday has been on vacation. I’m back and full of new films. I was away at the Galway Film Fleadh, 23rd… Read More annual film festival in the west coast of
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
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
“Learning by doing, bringing them to the ideas of sustainability and the vision of ecology through pleasure, the pleasure of being outside.… Read More”
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