Let's Build a Garden!
Join the Uncas Garden Committee!
School gardens connect kids to real food.
A garden will provide a hands on way for our children to learn where food comes from. It also is a bridge that can connect the classroom to real life. A garden is a living laboratory for sciences, math, nutrition, exploration, critical thinking, self expression, and fun.
FoodCorps + YOU.
What we need:
- Your experience! Did you plant a great variety of tomato? It would grow at Uncas!
- Your time! Can you come one day a week to help water the garden?
- Your treasure! Can you donate old garden tools? Do you know someone who has lumber for raised beds?
Inaugural Garden Committee Meeting
Thursday, Oct. 17th 2013 at 6:30pm
280 Elizabeth Street
Come to the Open House and meet with the garden committee after!
We will meet to discuss ideas for placement of the garden, funding, volunteers, classroom activities, plants, and general introductions.
Please RSVP to Leah at: email@example.com
Interested? Want more information?
FoodCorps Connecticut operates under the statewide direction of the University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension, in partnership with twelve leading national organizations working to improve school food environments. Norwich's service site operates under the Norwich Public School Food Service program.