“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 Youth

The Boys and Girls Club at Colonial Acres made stamps using potatoes, turnips, and radishes for the people that inspire them. They also got to paint and use the radishes as a marker. The kids loved the activity so much, they kept asking for more stamps!

By Project EAT Youth

I worked with Jade and Israel at the City Hall.  We worked on the sugar table with the cucumber water.  We were informing others about facts about sugar that people might not be aware of.  It was so much fun and we also got to learn information from our guests as well, like their...

By Project EAT Staff

The Carol White Grant provides an abundance of awesome opportunities for the schools it serves.  This includes new PE equipment, professional development for teachers, SPARK curriculum, after school staff trainings and equipment, nutrition education, family wellness events,...

By Project EAT Staff

"These don't even taste like carrots!"

To which I replied "No, this is what carrots actually taste like!"

San Lorenzo High School Environmental Leadership students harvest and eat their first carrots fresh from the garden