Evanston Green Drinks, April 10: Education Through Community Gardening

Community gardening has grown in popularity, as people around the world want to be moreconnected to the food we eat. The impact of these gardens becomes exponential when usedas a tool for education. They can be used to create living laboratories at schools and afterschool centers to help students learn about the food they eat as well as gain critical skillstraditionally taught in classrooms. At this month’s Green Drinks, panelists will discuss community gardening in Evanston schools.

Panelists include:
Rachel Rosner- SAGE (Schools are Gardening in Evanston)
Ellen Urquiaga- Teacher, Washington School
Linda Kruhmin- The Talking Farm and Edible Acre at ETHS

When: Tuesday, April 10th 7 – 9 pm
Where: Firehouse Grill, 750 Chicago Avenue, Evanston
What: A networking opportunity and Panel discussionabout teaching through community gardening.

Free event!
RSVP suggested at info@greenerevanston.org

1 comment:

  1. When I started my green drink, It tasted horrible to me at first. Then, someone told me that when your body is highly acidic it's not going to taste good until your body becomes more alkaline. Well, it happened to be the case for me and It started to taste a little better.
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