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Mixed Greens School and Youth Garden Capacity BuildingWorkshops -- Youth Gardening 101

  • Subject: [cg] Mixed Greens School and Youth Garden Capacity BuildingWorkshops -- Youth Gardening 101
  • From: "Lisa Rose Starner" lisa.rose@mixedgreens.org
  • Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 15:37:59 -0500
  • Thread-index: AcZHpWhme6GzVLcPSb6cj80R+TRT3QAAAjYQAAARC+AAABpCsAAAQGug

Hello!

If you or someone you know wants to grow a youth garden with children and
you would like to learn how, please join us for this Youth Gardening 101
Workshop on Saturday, April 22nd, from 8am-12:30pm.  

Date:  Saturday, April 22nd

Time: 8:00-12:30 (Registration begins at 8am)

Location: Metro Health Corporate Office, 1925 Breton SE Grand Rapids MI

Cost: $15.00 (Scholarships are available)

Who should attend? Educators, PTA members, parents involved in volunteering
at schools, school administrators, youth organization leaders, and school
nurses/school health professionals are all encouraged to apply.  Student
leaders who will be involved in the project are also welcome.   

This workshop is designed for attendees to gain knowledge about the
importance of schoolyard and youth based gardens and is intended to inform
the public about existing gardens and types of garden programming in West
Michigan.  

Attendees will also leave the workshop with a basic knowledge toolkit that
includes ideas and resources to get gardens growing at their own schools and
sites.

Register NOW!  Space is limited.  

Together, we can grow kids who grow gardens.  

Lisa Rose Starner, MPA
Executive Director
Mixed Greens 
1444 Lake Dr. SE
Grand Rapids MI 49506
(o) 616.301.3592
(f) 616.301.3429
(c) 616.240.6480
website: www.mixedgreens.org

~Growing Kids Who Grow Gardens~
 
  

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