1st Day of Running Club!

Wilson Running Club

By, December 05, 2016

Wilson Elementary in San Leandro launched a new Walking & Running Club in November.  The students were very enthusiastic and over 200 students made their first laps around the field as part of the club.


Reflections on Youth Wellness Advisory Board

By Project EAT Youth, June 01, 2016

At Fremont High School in Oakland, students are using youth-participatory action research to include youth voices in Fremont’s Redesign, especially in the rebuilt of the new cafeteria and football field.


Healthstival 2016

By Project EAT Youth, May 15, 2016

On May 6, 2016, the Project Eat Interns and Agriculture Science Class students hosted a healthstival at Tennyson high school. We had many educational and fun booths.


Thanks to RDO from Tennyson High School Community Garden!

By Project EAT Staff, May 12, 2016

Big thank you to Erick from RDO for digging some ditches for us! With RDO's help we were able to get our new irrigation in the ground. Our back muscles say thank you!!


What's Growing On at Tyrrell Elementary

By Project EAT Youth, March 03, 2016

Yesterday in class the kids learned about what compost was. They got to add it to the garden bed and feel it. We compared the textures of the compost and the texture of the dry dirt before. All of the kids were really excited to plant!


Fresh Productions Pop-up Shop at the Cannery Cafe

By Project EAT Youth, February 22, 2016

On the 19th of February, I went to the Cannery Cafe to represent Project EAT and sell some of our produce we had available for the season. It was a very nice event and two other members of the Project EAT internship accompanied me.


Tennyson Garden Mentors at Tyrrell Elementary

By Project EAT Youth, February 17, 2016

Today was great at Tyrrell! We got to see the whole school and explore it more in depth. Unfortunately, we saw that there are little almost no tools for us to use. We will be needing a lot like gloves, wheelbarrows, hand shovels, soil.


High School Student with a Passion for Helping Kids to be Healthy!

By Project EAT Youth, January 11, 2016

In the beginning of my senior year I knew I had a passion for kids so I wanted to take my passion and make a change not only for children everywhere but also for myself.


Garden Mentors at Tennyson High School

By Project EAT Staff, January 08, 2016

The Garden Mentors program at Tennyson High School is moving swiftly. After much interest in the program, we chose 17 fantastic Garden Mentors. 2 of the mentors are returning to the program after a successful mentorship last year.


Castlemont Interns Make Fire Cider and Kraut

By Project EAT Youth, December 16, 2015

Making fire cider and kraut with our afterschool apprentices at castlemont! Fire cider is a traditional way to fight off colds and boost immunity.