Building School Gardens

Building School Gardens

Use school grounds to develop a sense of place and connection to the environment for urban dwellers.

How to get involved

Time: 2-6 hours per week. This will be more time intensive around the installation day and depends on how many others are involved in the maintenance of the garden.

School gardens are vital to help connect children with the outdoors. Here you'll find the information you need to get started!

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