"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.

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By Project EAT Staff

Students overturned existing soil with Local Hero Veggie Mix, which contains Sandy Loam, Greenwaste Compost, Rice Hulls, Chicken Manure, Grape Compost, Fir Bark, and Cocoa Bean Hulls.

By Project EAT Staff

Alameda County Office of Education bid a fond farewell to Sheila Jordan as county Superintendent last December at a retirement party hosted at the Oakland Museum of California.

By Project EAT Staff

Marieo arrived at his first day of orientation for the Summer and After School Youth Employment Program with one thing on his mind: he knew he wanted a job working with animals, preferably dogs.

By Project EAT Staff

I’d like to thank all of our student workers employed in 2014 for helping grow healthier communities in Alameda County. Your enthusiasm, commitment and leadership have benefited the many lives you’ve touched. We are grateful to have you as part of the Project EAT team.