"Why try to explain miracles to your kids when you can just have them plant a garden?" -Robert Brault

"No one is born a great cook. One learns by doing." - Julia Child

"Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago." -Les Brown

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Harvest of the Month (HOTM) highlights a seasonal produce of the month. It provides students the opportunity to sample a fresh seasonal fruit or vegetable and learn about it.

Take a hike in an East Bay regional park. Click on map above for a park near you.

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San Leandro Marina Otter & Mallard Park Sites
Paradise Community Garden
The Pergola at Lake Merritt (the Pillars)
Paradise Community Garden

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By Project EAT Staff

Spring Break is usually a time when students are happy to have a break from school, but during Spring Break at San Lorenzo High School, our Get Fresh! Stay Healthy! interns were happy to come back to campus to build garden beds for Paradise Community Garden. 

By Project EAT Youth

Thanks to everyone who helped out for the Tennyson High School Community Garden Volunteer Day.  We had a great turn out from the Cal State University East Bay Freshmen and also our own Project EAT interns and community members.  Check out these stories from our interns!

By Project EAT Staff

Spring is here and that means in is time to for a garden clean up. Harder Elementary School hosted their garden clean-up day on Saturday March 21st, 2015. Students showed up with their families ready to work at 9 AM.

By Project EAT Staff

Two YPAR students from Hayward High School, Danae Griffin and Ana Perez, were asked to participate in a panel discussion about civic engagement in public education.