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Inside and Out, From Exhibits to Gardens: Hands-On Activities for Growing Great Veggies & Fruits

1 month ago   |   By ASTC

Led by GrowingGreat , STEM educators who work with PreK-5th grade students are addressing under-resourced families' lack of access to fresh produce and green space by reinventing education programs. More and more, science center educators are taking kids outdoors with programs that allow them to experience living, growing plants and animals while engaging in scientific inquiry.
But can you do garden and nutrition education programs if you don't have access to an outdoor space? Yes, you can!
Learn how during a free webinar on March 24 at 10:00 a.m. PST about hands-on garden and nutrition...
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