Follow Us On:

classroom gardens

195: Children’s Garden at Woodend Sanctuary Audubon Naturalist Society of the Mid-Atlantic States | Jennifer Brown | Silver Spring, Maryland

AudubonTeaching

Jennifer Brown from the Children’s Garden at Woodend Sanctuary Audubon Naturalist Society of the Mid-Atlantic States in Silver Spring, MD is here to share. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

Listen to this episode

167. Grow Ohio Valley | Black Swan Organics | Danny Swan | Wheeling, OH

Farmer's Market Mobile Food Truck

I know you are going to love this guest from Black Swan Organics and Grow Ohio Valley, a nonprofit organization working to improve food justice in Appalachia. Grow Ohio Valley is working to fashion a new economic landscape, one offering increased prosperity, improved health and a better environment.What a great guest to follow up after Jean-Martin Fortier because Danny Swan is basically doing everything JM Talked about and growing delicious nutrient dense food. A great educator and farmer you are going to love this episode as much as I did! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

Listen to this episode

112. Rebecca Mitchell | Green Mountain Farm-To-School | NE Kingdom, Vermont

RebeccaNStudents

Today we’re going to learn about 2 of my passions teaching children and gardening and how to promote healthy eating and gardening in our schools. My guest, Rebecca Mitchell is from the Green Mountain Farm-to-School (GMFTS) who’s mission is to restore and strengthen local food systems in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont by promoting positive economic and educational relationships among schools, farms, and communities. They create healthy communities by working across the food system with capacity building, resource development, and technical assistance through GMFTS’ school gardens, Farm-to-School Program, food hub, food truck, and statewide marketing campaign. See full show notes at www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com

Listen to this episode

Episode 19: Elizabeth Leonard | Earl’s Kitchen Gardens | Creating Gardens for Backyards and Schools on Long Island, NY

ElizabethLeonard

Elizabeth Ann Rexer Leonard (a.k.a EARL) grew up in Huntington, Long Island. She spent her high school years working on her brother’s organic vegetable and poultry farm. Later when she went to college in Rhode Island, she found herself once again yearning to get her hands dirty. She began working for Greenview Farm in Wakefield, RI. …

Listen to this episode