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Small Grant School Story: John Oliver Secondary School

We continue to share new Small Grant School Stories with you this Fall and Winter. These short stories offer a peak into the inner workings of a day at a #‎TEG small grant school, as well as being a repository of all the…

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Small Grant School Story: Sir Wilfred Laurier Annex

Each week we share a new Small Grant School Story. These stories offer a peak into the inner workings of a day at a ‪#‎TEG‬ small grant school, as well as being a repository of all the information we have gathered while working…

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READ: School Garden Project Lead by Jarai Teens via the Vancouver Sun

Read this great story about a new garden initiative underway, lead by Jarai youth living in Vancouver attending Vancouver School Board schools.  The project broke ground April 2 at Moberly School and “promises to yield fruits and vegetables enough to…

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Deadline Extended to April 30, 2013 for Online Master of Education at UBC

The HEE2 (Home Economics: Human Ecology and Everyday Life) Master of Education cohort offered by the University of British Columbia is very close to having the right number of students for the cohort to go ahead as planned in September,…

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Storytelling at the Summer Institute

On the morning of the Wednesday edition of the Summer Institute, Cyprien Lomas, Duncan McHugh and Nathan Moes led a short workshop entitled “Discovering and Sharing the stories from your Garden.” Here on Thursday, we present one of the fine…

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Think & Eat Green @ School – Summer Institute 2012 Schedule

The rain provided a wet reminder that we live in Vancouver, but it has relented as the 2012 Summer Institute participants headed outside into the Orchard Garden. And of course the amazing lineup of workshops and people presenting and attending…

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Think & Eat Green @ School Queen Elizabeth Elementary celebrates local food

When the sun is shining, the clouds are giving shade, seeds are in the ground, and sprouts are breaking through the earth…it’s time to celebrate. On a sunny Thursday last week, dozens of eager students at Queen Elizabeth Elementary poured…

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