Sustain Ontario

By Carolyn Webb, Sustain Ontario

As the 4th in our free Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools webinar series, this webinar – Growing Local Food Literacy – will focus on how to teach local food literacy while engaging students in developing gardening skills in various educational settings.

Packed with hands-on tips and resources, our speakers from Ecosource (Region of Peel), Growing Up Organic (Ottawa), and the Kids Can Grow Program (Manitoulin Island) will share:

  • Curriculum connections for various grade levels and subject areas.
  • Resources to help you bring gardening activities into all types of school settings.
  • How and where schools can access gardening opportunities.
  • Ideas for how to get students excited about gardening and growing food.
  • Answers to common questions.
  • Case study examples.


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