From launching your garden committee to hosting a school-wide ‘dig day’, learn how to start a school garden for education, eating, and fun.
Wherever your school is located, a garden can offer hands-on learning that connects children to nature, their food, and one another. (Photo credit: Healthy Planet US)
Dala ikhasi lakho lephrojekthi
Chofoza inkinobho yokuqala eluhlaza ukuze ubhalise futhi usethe ikhasi lakho lephrojekthi. Kuyashesha, kumahhala futhi kulula.
Qedela i Inselele Yezinsuku ezingama-30
Qedela izinyathelo ezilula ezinsukwini ezingama-30 ukuze ukhiphe iphrojekthi yakho phansi.
Yenza iphrojekthi yakho isebenze
Landela umhlahlandlela wezinyathelo ezi-5 kanye nohlelo lwakho lokusebenza ukuze wenze iphrojekthi iphile.
Yabelana Umphumela ngokuthumela isifinyezo nezithombe kanye nokuqedela inhlolovo.
Okuphakanyisiwe: As much or as little time as you have! Your garden will absorb as much time as you give it. We recommend 4-8 hours of initial planning and design time, half a day of sourcing and securing materials, one full dig day, and a few hours a week of maintenance.
Ulwazi olwengeziwe mayelana nokuthi ungaqala kanjani nanoma yiziphi izinsiza ezabiwe yi- Eartheasy School Garden
35 Eartheasy School Garden amaphrojekthi aseqalisiweBona lapho
Welcome to Eartheasy! Whatever your reasons for wanting to start a school garden, the benefits are many. So how can you help a garden come to your school? We have a great lineup of resources giving you everything you need to get growing.