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Re: youth garden curricula

  • Subject: Re: [cg] youth garden curricula
  • From: Allan Balliett <igg@igg.com>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 10:34:14 -0500

Nancy - Is it possible to print sources for these titles? We on the 
east coast will be hard pressed to track down the Sonoma Co Ag 
Literacy Project, and what not.


-Allan Balliett
Loudoun Co, VA

>Dear Stacy,
>Here a couple of guides I've found useful in our middle school program:
>Food for Thought:  Lessons from the Land (put out by Sonoma County
>Agricultural Literacy Project).  It's geared towards grades 3-6, but I found
>it useful for older grades as well.
>The Growing Classroom (Roberta Jaffe, Gary Appel, published by Addison
>Wesley).  Curriculum from LifeLab in Santa Cruz, the all-purpose,
>we-have-lessons-on-just-about-everything.  Aimed at K-6.
>French Fries and the Food System:  A year-round curriculum connecting youth
>with farming and food (Sara Coblyn, a publication of the Food Project,
>www.thefoodproject.org).  More aimed at middle and high school.
>A special bonus:  one of my all time favorites to use with kids is Paul
>Fleischman's Seedfolks, a short novel told from the point of view of a
>diverse group of people who make a community garden out of an abandoned lot.
>Good luck!  I'd love to know what you come up with.
>Nancy Davenport
>Youth Engaged in Service
>East Bay Conservation Corps
>(510) 992-7832 phone
>(510) 992-7962 fax
>The American Community Gardening Association listserve is only one 
>of the organization's services for community gardens. To learn more 
>about the ACGA and to find out how to join, please go to 
>community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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