UC Santa Cruz, Life Lab- Santa Cruz, CA: Since 1979 Life Lab Science Program has supported science and garden-based education through publications, professional development, and innovative programs.
PRBO/STRAW Project: Students & Teachers Restoring A Watershed (STRAW) Project coordinates and sustains a network of teachers, students, restoration specialists and other community members as they plan and implement watershed studies and restoration projects in Marin, Sonoma & Napa counties. STRAW provides teachers with scientific, educational and technical resources.
FOSS Science Curriculum: FOSSWeb is the official site for the inquiry-based FOSS (FULL OPTION SCIENCE SYSTEM) science curriculum. FOSSWeb is a place for support, resources, and fun activities.
University of California Cooperative Extension TWIGS (Teams With Intergenerational Support): The Gardening and Nutrition curriculum helps children learn about healthy food choices through a connection to gardening.
Go Glow Grow is a nutrition curriculum developed for preschool children. This curriculum was developed by UC CalFresh Nutrition Education Program through the University of California’s Cooperative Extension program.
The California Department of Education A Garden in Every School Program: In collaboration with organizations and individuals throughout California, the Garden in Every School Program promotes linkages among the school classroom, school cafeteria, local agriculture, waste management, and others. They also provide free downloads of their book- A Child’s Garden of Standards: Linking School Gardens to California Educational Standards.
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