Each garden is full of stories. These stories inspire and unite us, and help the school garden movement in Wisconsin continue to grow. Here you will find feature-length stories highlighting successes and struggles of a wide array of garden-based education programs across Wisconsin. We hope they serve as a web of inspiration and resources from garden to garden and city to city.
If you have a story to share, please email Communications Director Renata Solan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bilingual and Multicultural Education in Milwaukee
Successful Garden-Based Education Needs More than Plants
Even the most beautiful, well-kept youth garden can’t be successful if it does not meet the needs of the kids and the community. Read »
Lakeview Elementary School
Music Bring Educational Opportunities to the Garden
This month’s story exemplifies how sharing ideas can lead to innovative garden features and enhance educational opportunities for everyone. Read »
Mobile Nutrition Classroom
Creativity & resilience keep nutrition education alive
Milwaukee’s Mobile Nutrition Classroom is one of those projects. When you first hear of it, you can’t believe you’ve never encountered the idea before: the need it fills is obvious and the execution is creative and thoughtful. Read »