Since 2006, the Growe Foundation has been committed to using experiential gardens as a teaching tool to educate children about the benefits of healthy eating and environmental stewardship.
We offer easy-to-implement, garden-based, grade specific lessons to provide hands on learning for thousands of elementary school students across the Front Range.
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This video showcases Flatirons Elementary School's partnership with the Growe Foundation. This collaboration is truly a community building experience. Our children learn what it means to be a part of a community by working with their peers, cultivating the land, and contributing healthy food to others in need. After teachers and students grew and harvested the food in the garden beds, this year all of the food was donated to EFAA, a local organization devoted to helping community members experiencing food scarcity. This project was made possible by material and financial support from the Growe Foundation and the Flatirons Elementary PTO, respectively.