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Farmily Garden Days: Register Today!

Join other families on Saturday mornings (10am-12:30pm) for this year's Family Garden Days.

Washington Youth Garden staff will begin the day with hands-on garden activities and projects. Participants of all ages will get their hands dirty in the garden and harvest available produce. Next, chefs and nutrition experts will facilitate participatory cooking demonstrations for a seasonal dish.

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Register by clicking on the links below:

June 8th, 2013

July 13th, 2013

August 10th, 2013

Questions? Contact Anna Benfield at education@washingtonyouthgarden.org. 

Saturday Volunteering Begins April 6th

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We can't wait to welcome back our Saturday volunteer community into the garden on April 6th! If you want to become a Washington Youth Garden volunteer please see our volunteer page. 

Join us at Rooting DC

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Free All-day Gardening Forum

Join the Washington Youth Garden at Rooting DC, an annual urban gardening forum. Youth Garden staff will be presenting on a variety of topics including a primer in edible garden design, kid-friendly gardens, and garden science basics.

When: Saturday February 23, 2012, 9:30am - 4pm

Where: Wilson High School

Check out session descriptions and register online:

www.rootingdc.org

Support Garden Education With Your Gift

 

Donate today to sustain and grow the Washington Youth Garden's programs, offering field trips, green jobs training and classroom-based science and nutrition lessons to under-served youth in the DC area. 

"Being out in nature is truly something that is not a part of my students' lives. They are some of the toughest kids I know and have had some rough lives and heartbreaking experiences. Yet spending the day in the Youth Garden brings out the peaceful child in them...these kids need the outdoors and the WYG has been the perfect way to introduce the greatness of nature to some pretty tough kids."

 

- Special Education teacher on a visit to the Washington Youth Garden

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Reserve your field trip!

lettuce spiral small Bring your class out to the Washington Youth Garden this season for an educational field trip. SPROUT (Science Program Reaching OUT) trips are specifically designed to give your students a hands-on outdoor experience they'll remember.

Read more about our program here and register online here.

We are currently accepting reservations for trips beginning April 9, 2014.

Questions? Email us at education@washingtonyouthgarden.org or call 202-245-2709.