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Alicia Aiken
03:26 PM ET (US)
Summer gardening at Oakton School:

On July 8 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Gardeneers will be offering lessons in English and Spanish about how to vegetable garden, using Oakton School's Edible Garden as an example. This lesson will be in English and Spanish (either bilingual lesson or interpreted) and is open to the Oakton School community. Meet at the garden corner of Ridge & Austin to learn how what's growing, how to care for it and get ideas for what you can grow at home.
Lynn Hyndman
06:38 AM ET (US)
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Lynn Hyndman
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Lynn Hyndman
11:50 AM ET (US)
Plant give away

Anne Wetterlund sent this message:

Lemoi Ace Hardware on Davis has some leftover tomato and pepper plants for school gardens.

We'd like to give them to a good home this week.I work there. Please call 847-2717018 or email me if you would like them.

Stephanie Fine
10:22 AM ET (US)
You might be interested in the upcoming Fresh From the Farm Educator Training Workshop in Chicago. Three-day training: May 22, 28, & June 21. We’ll be unveiling our new Garden Curriculum, Sow & Grow! Fresh from the Farm is an externally validated and nationally ranked experiential farm to school program featuring K-8 curricula that encourages healthy choices and environmental awareness among children. Fresh from the Farm curricula align with Common Core and Illinois State Learning Standards. Cost of training: $145 per person. Walk away with:
- Curriculum materials and activities to implement immediately in your classroom
- Knowledge and resources to start and maintain a garden
- A network of farm to school experts and educators to support your efforts

Want to register? Have questions? Email: shari@sevengenerationsahead.org
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