Added by on 2016-07-11

John from goes on a field trip to the Edible School Yard in Berkeley, California. In this video you will learn how the kids at Martin Luther King Middle School is Learning how to grow, harvest and even prepare local, healthy food. After watching this epsiode you will hopefully be inspired to start a home garden today. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPermaculture Food Forest School Garden teach kids about Real FoodDuke Gardens Teaches Kids How to Grow Their Own FoodBuilding an edible school gardenStudents Build Their Own School Garden ClassroomHow to Start a School Garden – Help Kids Grow Healthy Food!Farm to School: Gardening enhances nutrition and learning for students

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  • haveacowskin 1 year ago

    Love your videos….It would seem that PBS has picked up on this story and I just watched a show on this same school…..but we heard it from you first!!!

  • Ivan Sanchez 1 year ago

    I go to this school it's SOO awesome!!!! P.s hi ms. Tanner

  • AuburnCreed 1 year ago

    Can't imagine why on Earth anyone would click dislike on this guy's videos. He's providing great information in a concise and entertaining way – for free.

  • misteroz 1 year ago

    Great video John, and great initiative by the school. Like you, I wish my school had 'agriculture studies' when I was growing up!

    Obviously the school has space for a comprehensive program, but you don't need as much as an acre to get started – even a school green house is better than nothing, and would really help restore the connection of where food originates.

  • Diane Mumm Garden Videos 1 year ago

    teaching kids where food comes from, this message is more important now than ever..

  • Proof Positivity 1 year ago

    Forget the kids, I want to go to school here! Lol!

  • ivy9857 1 year ago

    @GospelTruth37059 Well said, particularly our youth need this type of learning instead of watching nonsense on TV and playing video games

  • peaceinstead 1 year ago

    Love your videos John!!! Once we are on our property we would love for you to come to visit us at OneCommunityRanch ( a .org). We will be growing, building and sharing everything we do freely with the world. Your videos are greatly appreciated and inspiring Thank you!!!!!

  • TraditionallySouthern 1 year ago

    John, I just wanted to say that I enjoy each of your videos that you make and share with everyone. I appreciate all you do. I look forward to each and every video you post.

  • Thaneii 1 year ago

    Nothing's quite as annoying as hearing some damn dog yapping in the background. This may have been a great video, but I was too distracted to watch most of it.

  • Steve Flanagan 1 year ago

    Thanks for your videos. I look forward to them, there is so much to learn about gardening. It's great that we have an online community to share these things. Thanks again.

  • niffer58 1 year ago

    this would be cool for you to mention again when it is in full bloom and produce if you can. 😉

  • WHAC420 1 year ago

    Thanks John!!!

  • InfamousWolf1 1 year ago

    @Skeletor4ever haha i know i know, i guess i have it worse being 18 xD, but there will always be someone older than u and to them u r always a kid. I have come to find even ppl the same age as me still call me, and others of the same age, a kid, but when it all comes down to it, its whatever ppl prefer lol

  • attheculdesac 1 year ago

    Hey John! Thanks for being such an inspiration. I would love to donate toward what you are doing. Also thanks to your mysterious camera person without whom there would be no show. Keep up the fantastic work!

  • Orozconleche 1 year ago

    Hey John Do You always ask Permission from the Schools Stores and Other Places like that?

  • powrxplor69 1 year ago

    Man, that junior high is cool, wish I would've gone to a school like that.

  • Kristin Bennett 1 year ago

    @KralZltko I totally agree @growingyourgreens could post the videos on a wordpress site or something as they are posted and then also have a paypal link on there as well as links to referenced places/resources.

  • Kristin Bennett 1 year ago

    @growingyourgreens I love your logic…getting this message spread as far as possible is an awesome way to make an impact… have you thought about having a site too that links to the information you discuss? If you want help let me know…I'd love to help, maybe in a blog/directory format.

  • Ronnie & Minh 1 year ago

    Great video!