• Traditional Gardening


    Benefits of school gardening for students:

    • Gardening offers hands-on, experiential learning opportunities in a wide array of disciplines, including the natural and social sciences, math, language arts (e.g., through garden journaling), visual arts (e.g., through garden design and decoration), and nutrition.
    • Environmental Stewardship and connection with nature is strengthened. When children learn about water and energy cycles, the food chain, and the peculiar needs of individual species, and when they feel a sense of connection to a certain species or individual plant, they have a reason to care about all the forces that impact that plant’s future. 
    • School gardening offers children opportunities for outdoor exercise while teaching them a useful skill. Gardens containing fruit and vegetables can also help to revise attitudes about particular foods.




    raised garden beds

    Garden beds with irrigation system specific for various fruits and vegetables. Covered beds for temperamental plants throughout the seasons.

    garden canopy


    irrigation chart