Where there’s food, spirit and matter intersect. And there’s nothing quite like sparking conversations across generations about developing a sustainable food system.
Take a look below at “The Whole World in a Small Seed,” our webisode about this beautiful learning space. In Rivka Mason’s school-under-the-sky at Malcolm X elementary in Berkeley, California, children experience cross-disciplinary learning in their school’s garden.
A school garden can be started with few seeds and a pot. They started small in Berkeley and the program grew over the years. Now, more than 400 children experience cross-disciplinary learning at least twice a month in Berkeley school gardens.
It’s incredible to see how this movement is igniting young people to speak out and transform their school food and policies in the face of adversity. And they’re spreading the word by texting, talking and tweeting.
You too can harness the smart in the smartphone to connect with your social networks… send them a Lunch Love Community video and inspire them to take action!
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