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2023 Program Stats




Growing outdoor classrooms is our passion. We show schools and groups how to design, build and utilize school gardens.

Our preschool through grade five school garden curriculum makes growing and preparing nourishing food a natural part of the school day. Our educators can guide your students through the 14 week curriculum in your schoolyard.

Classroom garden kits make garden learning accessible to everyone, even at schools without a garden space. Wherever you are in your journey with outdoor learning and school gardening, we can help you to dig deeper into what’s possible at your school.


Student farmers include middle and high school youth who study with experts on the Cornucopia Project Educational Farm.

These young adults learn about food production from the ground up while gaining job skills for school credit and as paid employees.



At home, in school, and on the farm!

Young chefs use local ingredients to prepare nutritious, plant-based foods. Local Chefs and food producers participate in all aspects of our kitchen programs.

At home: kits bring family and friends together to test new recipes with local ingredients.

At school: classroom visits include snack-making and tastings. Cooking clubs meet after school for amazing fun and food.

On the farm: students harvest and prepare delicious meals in an exceptional farm-to-table experience outdoors.

Our mission is to plant seeds for a lifetime of healthy eating through garden, kitchen and farm education.

Program Goals


new gardners and chefs

Cultivate Connection

with the natural world


future change makers