GrowingGreat Across the Country

GrowingGreat Across the Country

GrowingGreat just got back from the National Association for the Education of Young Children conference in Washington, DC. We had over 100 preschool teachers participating in our garden, nutrition and STEM activities! Watch our My First Garden webinar led by GrowingGreat with the Association of...

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Broccoli Wins!

Broccoli Wins!

Do you know any students who would like to vote for their favorite vegetable? Email sally@growinggreat.org and we’ll send you a ballot. All voters will receive GrowingGreat wristbands and we’ll publish the results in this blog. Click here for video from the “Make a Difference”...

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Thank you, GrowingGreat, for letting us taste food

Thank you, GrowingGreat, for letting us taste food

That’s what it says in the drawing above in the pink speech bubble shaped like a heart. Thanks to all of you, our generous donors who make it possible for our programs to be offered regardless of a community’s ability to pay. Thank you for coming together to make Farm to Table such a success...

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Happy Holidays from the Garden

Happy Holidays from the Garden

“It has been two fantastic first months working for GrowingGreat and I have loved every moment so far,” says Garden Educator Monica Moncada. “My educational background is in anthropology and I have always been fascinated by the complex interactions between humans and plant life. Before...

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Hello from Sally Alder, our new Office Manager

Hello from Sally Alder, our new Office Manager

I am very excited to be working with the wonderful people at GrowingGreat! I was a GrowingGreat docent many years ago when my kids were at Robinson Elementary School. A lot has changed since then. I am very impressed with the way that GrowingGreat has reached out to other communities, added the...

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Spotlight on the Astellas STEM Garden

Spotlight on the Astellas STEM Garden

     On May 15, GrowingGreat, the Astellas USA Foundation and Para Los Niños Hollywood Head Start teachers and preschool students celebrated the opening of the school’s new STEM herb, fruit, and vegetable garden.  Astellas scientists Dr. Kendall Morrison and Dr. Karen Morrison (pictured...

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