Time for Lunch a Success!

Slow Food Seacoast’s “Time for Lunch” eat-in was actually a teach-in/workday. An enthusiastic crowd met at the Dover, NH, High School greenhouses to initiate a greens growing project that will supply the district cafeterias with salad mix once a week. Shawn and Sarah Stimson, organic farmers from Sustainable Farm Products, volunteered their time to give a demonstration and answer questions.

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Growing a Green Generation Conference at UNH

Saturday, May 2, 8:30-4:15 p.m. University of New Hampshire, Durham Register for the 4th annual conference, organized by UNH Child Study and Development Center. This conference brings together educators, biologists, and gardening experts to explore the many ways gardening can be shared with young children.

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Growing a Green Generation Conference at UNH

Saturday, May 2nd, 8:30-4:15 p.m. University of New Hampshire, Durham Register for the 4th annual conference, organized by UNH Child Study and Development Center.  This conference brings together educators, biologists, and gardening experts to explore the many ways gardening can be shared with young children.

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Funding School Gardens via the Farm Bill

This alert just in from Kidsgardening.org, a branch of the National Gardening Association: “Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont has included an amendment in the Farm Bill to authorize $10,000,000 to establish a pilot program for community school gardens. The Farm Bill passed the Senate by a vote of 79 to 14 on December 14 with the school garden amendment intact.

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