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Re: school project


Be sure to check out the resources at National Gardening Association's Web
site, <www.kidsgardening.com>. There you'll find information on the Youth
Garden Grants Program, which will provide awards of seeds, tools, and
equipment to 400 youth garden projects nationwide that plan to garden with
kids in 2001. Applications can be downloaded from the kidsgardening.com Web
site, or you can call us at 800-538-7476. The deadline for completed
applications is November 1, 2000. NGA also publishes the Growing Ideas
newsletter and the Gardening With Kids Catalog; complimentary copies can be
requested at the Web site or by calling NGA directly.

Best regards,

Jim Flint
Youth Garden Grants Director
National Gardening Associatoin 

At 10:27 PM 9/25/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>I live in Louisville, Ky and would like to help establish a gardening
>project for local school children.  I have read a little about programs
>for elementary  school children and would like to obtain detailed
>information about curriculum/lesson plans, ways to incorporate gardening
>into existing lessons and also practical info about how to make this
>work in a school system which already seems to be overburdened (i.e.
>teachers generally aren't looking for something which will be a lot of
>trouble).  Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
>Also, I reviewed the agenda from your annual meeting in Atlanta and
>several speakers seemed to be discussing exactly what I am interested
>in.  Are there any handouts or outlines from the meeting?
>community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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