Fall Fundraising Campaign

Schools are turning to outdoor classrooms and gardens for safer, more engaging places to learn. We think garden-based learning can play a more important role than ever in supporting students’ learning and growth, but building gardens and other outdoor learning materials requires resources that a lot of schools don’t have. That’s where we come in.

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Waterloo Region School Food Gardens is a registered charity through Seeds of Diversity (#89650 8157 RR0001); receipts will be made out by Seeds of Diversity. 

gardens for learning

Students

Schools

Volunteers

Seedlings

14211

Students

230

Volunteers

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25

School Gardens

8193

Sq.Ft. of Garden

Outdoor, Discovery-Based Learning

Outdoor time has been proven to improve academic performance, increase physical activity, and create an increased sense of community.

Students Will...

  • > Learn to grow fruits and vegetables
  • > Understand where our food comes from
  • > Contribute creatively
  • > Work as a team
  • > Get involved with the community
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