City Blossoms accomplishes its mission through five programs: Early Growers, School Garden Partners, Youth Entrepreneurship Cooperative, Community Green Spaces, and Training & Resource Development. These programs incorporate free or affordable in-school and out-of-school activities, community engagement opportunities, resources, and coaching to create holistic expressions of the culture and needs of each community through green space.
School Garden Partners
We work with coordinated groups of elementary and middle schools to design and incorporate gardens into their programming over multiple years. City Blossoms is always interested in collaborating with new schools and education centers to create gardens and curricula that meet the needs of the school community. Check out our consulting page to learn more, or contact email@example.com to explore potential partnerships. If your school isn't quite ready for a garden yet, consider a field trip to one of our gardens with your class.
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We support educators and community members by providing large and small group coaching around garden and nature- based education, program and resource development, and facilitation of community focused engagement, with a particular focus on cultural connectivity.
Our team produces sharable resources such as our bilingual cookbook, Garden Gastronomy/Gastronomía del Jardín, available in our shop. We also have a number of free resources available digitally.
To learn more about the School Garden Partners program, email email@example.com.