We provide funding, technical and volunteer support for school gardens, school sustainability initiatives, local food in local schools. In addition, we offer schools curriculum, training, networking opportunities, and a resource-filled e-newsletter.
In 2019, weʻve started a new initiative – Kaua‘i Farm-to-School Hui – to bring together stakeholders across the island to develop policies and projects needed to move farm-to-school efforts on the island forward.
If you are a teacher or school administration seeking capacity-building assistance with a school garden or sustainability project, please contact the Farm-to-School Hui Project Manager, Joëll Edwards, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (808) 828-0685 x23.
School Garden & Farm-to-School Resources:
- School Garden Guide (2017): a how-to and best practices for planning and leading your school garden efforts
- Natural Resources Career Pathway Guide (2015): This resource guide for Kaua`I educators, parents, and students offers over 40 community resource profiles offering assistance to students seeking future careers in the Natural Resources carer pathway. The guide offers a multitude of guest speakers and mentors, internship/volunteer opportunities, educational options, career pathway maps, and more.