Learn, Grow, Eat & Go

Type
Program
Children sharing bowls of fruit

Overview

Learn, Grow, Eat & GO!  is the research-based, evidence-based curriculum project of the International Junior Master Gardener® Program.

Contact

Lisa Whittlesey
Senior Program Specialist
Fax: lisa.whittlesey@ag.tamu.edu
Address: 2144 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843

M-F 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Learn, Grow, Eat & GO! grows good kids through an interdisciplinary program combining academic achievement, gardening, nutrient-dense food experiences, physical activity, and school & family engagement. The LGEG curriculum project provides a number of resources for implementing the curriculum:

  • For parents: Garden kitchen recipes, specific details on creating a small, easy-to-maintain garden at home
  • For Teachers: Printable student pages, parent letters, videos and other resources to support your teaching
  • For extension staff and volunteers: Promotional, training and evaluation resources for extension faculty/staff supporting local teachers & leaders.

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