Living Classroom: Campbell School District Edible & Native Habitat Gardens

$65,000

open space authority funds contributed to project

2018

project awarded

The Authority helped to fund Living Classroom’s partnership with Campbell Unified School District to implement their new Environmental Literacy Initiative called "Champions for Change.” This project focuses on designing, installing, and maintaining new and enhanced edible and native habitat gardens on all Campbell Unified School District campuses and providing garden-based lessons across all grade levels with the aim of connecting students to nature and the sources of their food and graduating environmentally literate students by 8th grade.
Award Date:
May 9, 2018
Program:
Measure Q Urban Open Space Grant Program
Location:
Schools throughout the Campbell School District

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