Classrooms & Gardens
Taste Washington Day 2019
October 11, 2019
February 23, 2019
Elementary School Fundraiser
November 4, 2018
Taste Washington Day
October 3, 2018
Greenhouse Moving Day
August 16, 2018
Farm to School Donor Spotlight: The Crow's Roost
July 25, 2018
Farm to School Donor Spotlight: Summit Garden Services, LLC
Farm to School Donor Spotlight: Slow Food Whidbey
Farm to School Donor Spotlight: Serendipity Catering
July 24, 2018
Farm to School Donor Spotlight: The Salty Mug
July 23, 2018
A Typical Day in the Garden
March 30, 2018
November 12, 2017
Ever wonder just what happens when we're out in the garden? Here's the breakdown from our own Garden Coordinator, Zvi Bar-Chaim:
"Every lesson with kids starts in the circle where we go over the following in order.
First, we do a review of garden rules and expectations.
Second, we discuss the learning point of the day. For the kindergarten class, the learning objective was what a plant needs to grow and thrive to be healthy (sun, water, soil, air, and love).
Finally, we do an activity in the garden that ties in to the learning objective.
Kids do all the clean up themselves, including cleaning up all the tools and putting them back where they belong.
All lessons end back in the circle where we review what we did and what we learned."
And high-fives (or in this case: low fives) before heading back to class.
Farm to School
Branch Business Services
Christopher's on Whidbey
Community Foundation for Coupeville Public Schools
Cook for a Cause
Coupeville Auto Repair
Deep Harvest Farm