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A sustainable garden works in harmony with nature. There are many easy and fun things that can improve the health of your garden and minimize any negative impact on the environment, whilst saving you time in the long run.
There are many reasons to get growing - it tastes better, its cheaper, you know its not been grown with added chemicals, its a lot of fun and its makes you feel good! Give it a go today!
You're never to young to get growing. Here are some resources to try with your under fives. Some tips: expect them to get messy, start with large seeds like beans, do small amounts.
Children can become expert gardeners and have enormous capacity for learning about different plants. They will also the first to tell you how much better lettuce tastes if you have grown it yourself.
Its amazing how many young people don't know where their food comes from. Connecting growing to eating is very engaging for this age group.
There are a lot of resources on the Internet to support schools in developing food growing gardens and relating it back to curriculum areas. Resource for teachers teaching in early years.
Educational resources for Key Stage 1 (ages 5 to 7) and Key Stage 2 (ages 7 to 11).
Educational resources for Key Stage 3 (ages 11 to 14) and Key Stage 4 (ages 14 to 16).
Handbooks, Guides, Reports and Plans that deals with food growing, local food, health food and other connected problematic.
Making meals from what you have grown.