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School Garden Support Organization Leadership Institute: In Review

By oakhurst | January 3, 2024

By: Tatiana Gonzalez, Lead Educator  Each year, the School Garden Support Organization (SGSO), in partnership with Whole Kids Foundation and Life Lab, holds a week…

Recipe: Tri-Color Mashed Sweet Potatoes

By oakhurst | November 30, 2023

Tips to Starting a School Garden

By oakhurst | November 8, 2023

By Arielle Larry, FoodCorps Service Member at Wylde Center Starting a garden can be a little intimidating when you’re not sure where to start. This…

Pepper-palooza! Recipes

By oakhurst | October 12, 2023

By Lisa Hanson, Wylde Center Farm to School Educator Wylde Center is excited to be participating in Georgia Organics’ Pepper Palooza this October. We will…

Transition Into Autumn

By oakhurst | September 27, 2023

By: Tatiana Gonzalez, Farm to School Educator  Autumn has arrived! And if we pay close attention, we can feel the shifting characteristics of this magical…

September Harvest of the Month: Apples!

By oakhurst | September 14, 2023

By Tatiana Gonzalez, Wylde Center Educator Apples have become a trademark symbol of healthy eating, suggesting that this colorful fruit will fix all your ailments.…

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Guide to Planting Apple Trees at Your School Garden

By oakhurst | September 13, 2023

By Tatiana Gonzalez, Wylde Center Educator Planting Apple Trees in the School Garden: When asking students what they would like to plant in their school…

August Harvest of the Month: Tomatoes!

By oakhurst | August 28, 2023

By: Tatiana Gonzalez, Farm to School Educator With a month left of Summer, August in Atlanta is experiencing a hot and humid climate, a favorable…

School Garden Spotlight: Westchester Elementary School

By oakhurst | June 8, 2023

“We Are Entomologists, BUG EXPERTS” by Westchester Elementary Kindergarten Students We started off our expedition by learning about entomology and what it means to be…

Planting Sweet Potatoes in your School Garden

By oakhurst | May 17, 2023

By Dory Cooper, School Programs Manager Sweet potatoes are an excellent plant to have growing in your school garden! In the Atlanta area they should…