What We Have Done
- Developed quality, inquiry-based Pre-K-12th Grade standards-based curricula correlated to the EarthBox Container Garden System that address the common core standards and STEM-based skills
- Sought and received positive evaluations to approve products as quality education resources:
National Ag in the Classroom’s Resource Directory
Southwest Educational Development Laboratory
California Instructional School Garden Network
- Supported the installation of EarthBox Instructional School Gardens in over 2000 schools across the country
- Distribute products to most major science education distributors
- Partnered with EcoMedia and CBS-Corp to green three schools
- Partnered with Girl Scout and Boy Scout Troops
- Listed as a resource in the publication of the Girl Scouts journal, Sow What
- Listed as a resource in Girls Gone Green, a fun, hip and inspiring book about girls who’ve taken the initiative to grow green.
- Partnered with The Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, to make a Smart Home smarter with an EarthBox food-production garden
- Publish By the Box, an e-newsletter that reports the stories of EarthBox Educators in our schools, in our communities and around the world.
- Establish contact with the local cooperative extension for help with crop selection, maintenance and harvest
- Initiated the EarthBox for World Food Day School Campaign to advance the study of science, food security and alleviate hunger year round.
- Partnered with Earth Day, New York to bring sustainable Organic Indoor Gardens to schools in New York City
- Partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of America to implement a Positive Sprouts Garden Program in 150 centers across the country.
- Partnered with Bloomers to bring Bloomers! Know+Grow out door and virtual gardens to Early Learners
- Selected by the USDA People’s School Garden Pilot Program
- Partnered with EAT, Chicago, to develop an internationally accessible database to record, analyze and present garden-related data
- Initiated an EarthBox for World Food Day Campaign to fight hunger one box and one classroom at a time.