Friday, April 1, 2011
Passionate about supporting schools and communities by promoting health, wellness and physical activities, Jamba Juice is sponsoring the It’s All About the Fruit grant program to provide schools with fruit trees to create engaging nutrition and gardening experiences. Observing and exploring fruit production gives a deeper understanding and appreciation for this essential element of our diet. Recipients will be selected based on plans to promote nutrition education, ideas for incorporating fruit tree activities into the curriculum, and ability to sustain the program over multiple years.
Click here for more information and to fill out the application which is due by April 11th!
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Head down to the Lowcountry to celebrate Earth Day at MUSC Horseshoe, April 22nd,11-2pm, raffle prizes will include organic produce from local farms and Adaptive Gardens’ herbal soap. Adaptive Gardens will be selling Lemongrass/Luffa Gardener's Soap and plants for your summer garden. Come join the celebration for Mother Earth!
Monday, March 28, 2011
Check out this interesting article on The Lunchbox Project website, a program supported by the Food, Family, and Farming Foundation to ensure that all children have access to healthy food at school to grow their bodies, minds and future.
This article discusses how schools can look at the models of other schools, whether in their district, private, or public, in order to discover the most efficient ways to revamp their food programs.