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Slate: The Cheese Stands Alone

How Annie’s Homegrown exploded in size without destroying its wholesome, grassroots image.
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Originally posted on October 21, 2013 at Slate.com


Hoover Elementary (Oakland, CA)

Hoover Elementary has a small garden on a busy street corner in West Oakland. The school garden program is deeply woven into the culture of our school, and includes growing and harvesting food, learning projects (such as tree plantings), field trips (as far as Yosemite!) …


Irving Elementary (Bozeman, MT)

Irving Elementary has a small school garden which is used to teach about organic farming, plant and soil science, and to impart the joys of cultivating edible plants. We recently introduced a food cart program through our Health Enhancement classes which allows for food …


South Conejos Schools (Antonito, CO)

Our garden is an empowering educational space that promotes healthy living through local agriculture, conservation and sustainability. Our garden strives to constantly teach sustainable gardening practices. The harvest serves many purposes: supplementing school meals, …


New Smyrna Middle School (New Smyrna Beach, FL)

We plan to increase the offerings in our school garden areas to make it a learning laboratory that all students can use. It is also the primary focus of our Teen Zone mentoring, a program serving our students most in need – homeless, low performing, socially challenged. …


Gustavus School (Gustavus, AK)

Our garden is part of a local food program at our school which features harvesting fish, moose, and berries. It also involves planting and harvesting garden vegetables. Students will be involved in garden design, construction, soil development, planting, harvesting, …


Park Elementary (Mill Valley, CA)

Our school garden program provides students with an experiential education experience that emphasizes plant life science, food production, and environmental education. The garden curriculum is science based, incorporating many elements of the plant and earth cycles.  We …


Rocketship Mosaic Elementary (San Jose, CA)

Our garden serves as an outdoor classroom for students. Every student has bi-weekly lessons about plant science, gardening techniques, nutrition, and environmental stewardship. Students grow their own produce and are able to taste it right in the garden. We run a farm …


Gaffney Elementary School (New Britain, CT)

Early in 2015, Gaffney Elementary School completed a new greenhouse. Gaffney has teamed up with ROOTS, a local agricultural 501(c)3 to begin offering a before-school program for second and third grade students starting in February 2016. Our goal is to build 6 raised beds …


Mary Morrison School (Groton, CT)

Currently, our school garden has six raised beds located on a walking path. In the past three years, we’ve made salsa, kindergarten has enjoyed salad for lunch, and we have made tomato sauce that was canned and used for 2nd grade. We would like to expand our …


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