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Schoolyard Greening

Introducing Students to Landscape Architecture, by Karen Grajales (All ages; GT112)

The Giving of the Gardens, by Alison Elliot (Ages 10-14; GT110)

Fostering Youth Leadership in Urban Places, by Ethan Lowenstein, Lisa Voelker, Jonice Sylvester, Aniya Roundtree, Kianna Harris, Chad Segrist and Rebecca Nielsen (Ages 10-19; GT110)

Best Practices for School Gardens, by Mary Dudley (All ages; GT109)

Put Up a Paradise, by Alix Taylor (All ages; GT108)

Feeling the Heat, by Susan Ferguson (Ages 10-14; GT108)

Returning to the Earthby Matthew Kemshaw (All Ages; GT105)

Starting a School Garden Summer Camp, by Julie Johnston (Ages 6-10; GT103)

Connecting with Bugs, by John Guyton and Lois Connington (Ages 6-10; GT100)

An Outdoor Play and Learn Area, by Amanda Gebicki and Alison Reilly (Ages 6-10; GT100)

Green School in Bali, by Ben Macrory (All Ages; GT99)

Investigating Water Pathways in Schoolyards, by Bess Caplan, Kristin L. Gunckel, Andrew Warnock and Aubrey Cano (Ages 13-19; GT98)

Salad Farmers, by Sara Inbar (Ages 6-10; GT97)

Nature Mapping, by Mark Batcheler (All Ages; GT84)

School Food Gardens in Multicultural Inner-city Settings, by Sunday Harrison (All Ages; GT84)

Urban Gardening Renaissance, by Krystyann Krywko (All Ages; GT84)

Growing an Endangered Plants Network, by Jennifer Ceska and Anne Shenk with Carolyn Mahar (All Ages; GT81)

Roots of Diversity: Growing Culturally Significant Plants, by Allan Foster (Ages 10-14: GT81)

Growing Art in School Gardens, by Hilary Inwood (Ages 6-14; GT80)

The Field of Dreams (and other outdoor classroom myths), by Karen Wood (Ages 6-14; GT79)

A Permaculture School Garden, by Patrick Praetorius (All Ages; GT78)

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