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Think & Eat Green @ School School Lord Kitchener Elementary’s Outdoor Classroom

This great story has emerged from TEGS School Lord Kitchener. The final planting went down September 16 2013 with many helping hands of students and parents. Among the new greenery in the planters are Saskatoon, Thimble and Huckleberry shrubs! Excerpt…

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VIDEO: 5 Minute Introduction to Think & Eat Green @ School from Principal Investigator Dr. Alejandro Rojas

This informative 5 minute video features Dr. Alejandro Rojas, principal investigator of the Think & Eat Green @ School (TEGS) project giving a brief introduction and explanation of the projects goals and successes. Filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2013.

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Free Seed Swap this Saturday, April 6 from 1-3pm

Join Environmental Youth Alliance this Saturday, April 6 from 1-3pm in the Strathcona Community Garden for a FREE Seed Swap. More details about the Seed Swap can be found here.

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Think & Eat Green Team Meeting – @Connect & #Share

To anyone attending the  Think&EatGreen@School Project’s Whole-Team Meeting tomorrow (Friday, March 15), don’t forget to connect with us during the event! Tweet @ThinkEatGreen using the hashtag #TEG to give us your thoughts, comments, photos – anything! Are you a photobug?…

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November Newsletter from Think & Eat Green

View our November Newsletter by clicking the image. This month features: 2012-2013 Small Grants for VSB Schools, a visit from UBC Enhanced Practicum Students, Tea-Time at the Tyee, TEG in the news, and more! If you haven’t already, sign up…

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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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