Added by on 2016-03-23

Hollinger Elementary School in Tucson, AZ thanks Western Growers Foundation for their school garden grant and shares their thoughts on the benefits of having a school garden. This mixed media piece was shot for the School Garden Project, a local non-profit that works with elementary school children to create, maintain and teach the students about gardening. They learn where their food comes from, biology and a sense of working together. 10 minutes in length, this advocacy piece combines video interviews, stills and audio narratives to provide a positive reason to support teaching children where food comes from to head off the potential for health issues that are becoming epidemic at the present time with the consumption of highly processed, devitalized foods. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEdith Wolford Elementary: Eating right from the school gardenKihei Elementary School GardenWashington Elementary School – Voots® “Get Kids Growing” Garden Grant WinnerBuilding School Gardens at Kavod Elementary Charter SchoolOpening of the gardening project at the San Roque Elementary SchoolKid’s Garden at a Japanese Elementary School

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  • Maria Sotelo Obregon 1 year ago

    This so awesome. Keep up the great work Sabrina…  Your a blessing to these children.   <3