Harmony Union School District
Application Deadline: 6/29/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
Harmony Union School District consists of two schools that share a campus, Harmony Elementary (TK-1st) and Salmon Creek A Charter School (2"d-8th). The 56-acre property is located in Occidental, CA.
The District also has a large educational organic garden, which serves as the basis for the Farm to School curriculum and supplies fresh produce for the school lunch program.
Apply at Harmony Union School District on edjoin.org.
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There is a gathering for the Marin Food Policy Council, Mendocino Food Policy Council, Napa Local Food Advisory Council, Sonoma Food System Alliance, Lake County Local Food Action Network, and local food system advocates to share information, learn together, and spark a collective capacity to improve the regional food system.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 ~ 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Lucchesi Community Center
320 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma, CA 94954
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Light breakfast and lunch buffet sourced with local ingredients by Criminal Baking Comapny is included in the $25 suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of funds.
RSVP encouraged by June 12. Walk-ins welcome.
Questions: Julia Van Soelen Kim, North Bay Food Systems Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension
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McKinley School in Petaluma has been selected to receive a 2018 Lowe’s Toolbox for Education Grant in the amount of $4800 for their Garden Renovation project. With this generous support, McKinley will improve its existing garden space to create a permanent outdoor learning center with raised beds, benches for seating, a shade structure and a food prep area with sink. This project will provide students with additional opportunities to get outside, explore the natural world, and learn about growing, cooking and eating fresh fruits and vegetables.
Lowe’s grants are available to K-12 public schools in the United States for a wide range of improvement projects. The next grant cycle will be open for applications August 6, 2018.
Visit http://toolboxforeducation.com for information.
The Solar Schoolhouse is offering a workshop to modify existing DIY Solar Ovens and to help educators share this experience with their students in the coming school year.
Time: 10am to 4pm.
Date: July 12, 2018
Location: Solar Schoolhouse. 7966 Mill Station Rd. Sebastopol, CA
Cost: $20 to reserve a previously built oven (Built by Analy High School EcoAction Class) plus any materials needed to tune it up
Call or email Tor Allen with questions:
More FREE plants at the Ceres Community Project's Sebastopol garden site care of the Dunham Elementary School Garden Program.
10, 4 inch Dill
5-10, 4 inch Salad Burnett
12-15, 4 inch Radish
9, gallon Zucchini
A special thanks to Ceres garden for always hosting a place for SGN's free plants
Noci Sonoma has generously donated extra veggie starts for school gardens and they're awaiting your pickup at
Ceres Community Project's Sebastopol garden site.
Staged in the far left side of the garden, on the pallets labeled SGN, you will find a few trays of large tomato plants, mostly Sunrise Bumble Bee variety, 1 tray of parsley, 1 tray of fennel & 1 tray of celery.
All the seeds are organic and are ready to be planted!
A special thanks to Noci for supporting schools gardens and for the Ceres garden for always hosting a place for SGN's free plants.