The Kitchen Community awards Learning Gardens based on a number of factors, including strength of Garden Team, plans for garden use, student demographics, and location.
To ensure that your organization receives the maximum benefit from your Learning Garden, we require that you form a Garden Team that will lead the garden planning, installation, and maintenance processes. This team will be responsible for integrating the garden into the organization’s environment and overseeing the addition of art projects and activities in the garden. The most successful applications will have input from a well-rounded Garden Team.
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To learn more about our Learning Garden application process, please email email@example.com.**Submission of an application does not guarantee approval of a Learning Garden. The Kitchen Community does not act as a fundraising agent obtaining funding for specific Learning Gardens. We are not a direct grant-making foundation; however, because of the generosity of our funding partners, we are frequently able to provide Learning Gardens to eligible applicants.
Now accepting applications for the 2016/2017 Learning Garden Initiatives in:
- Chicago Public Schools
- Denver Public Schools
- Poudre School District
- Indianapolis Public Schools
Los Angeles Area
- Long Beach Unified School District
- Los Angeles Unified School District
- Achievement School District
- Jubilee Catholic Schools
- Shelby County Schools