Summer classes have officially ended, and our garden educators spent 6 weeks teaching students from kindergarten through 6th grade about gardening and cooking skills. It was fun, challenging, and therapeutic.
From a Seed to a Community
I joined BEETs on a reference by my teacher. I joined for the sole reason on how they interacted with nature. It was something I had grown interested in, something I wanted to explore. Nature was depleting every single day, and my anxiety over climate change had really pushed me to the job.
Meet our 2021-2022 Americorps VISTAS
Our CommunityGrow's VISTAS are members of the Americorps VISTA program. The VISTA program started in 1965 and serves in all 50 U.S. states and U.S....
Welcoming Students Back to the Garden
On a beautiful sunny day, I hear cheerful little voices slowly beginning to approach the garden. Two small classes of kindergarten students from John Muir Elementary are coming to learn in person at the Koshland Community Garden.
We’re hiring BEETs!
The BEETs Program is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year! The BEETs Program is a paid internship for teens ages 14-19, which focuses on environmental...
CommunityGrows Earth Day Scavenger Hunt!
Happy Earth Day everyone! Today, we want to take time to observe and appreciate the Earth and the nature that is all around us! This includes our yards and neighborhoods!
Shared by Garden & Nutrition Educator Cristina
- Yarn or String
- Pencil or...
Roasted Chickpea Snack
Kid jobs: Pinching, pouring, stirring, eating,...
Garden Parfait Snack Recipe
- 2 graham crackers
- Blueberries and strawberries
- Plastic knife
Thank You Hall Capital!
On September 17th, 2019, CommunityGrows had the honor of working with some of Hall Capital staff, to work on garden maintenance and beautification projects in the Buchanan Mall Garden. These...