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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: John Henderson Elementary 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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Call For Small Grant Applications Now Open!

Think&EatGreen@School has set aside $35,000 to support school-based healthy and sustainable food system projects in Vancouver public schools in 2014-15. Preference this year is for applications that include a partnership with another elementary or secondary school, though all applications are…

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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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VIDEO: UBC Chef Josh Williams & the Water Conserving ‘Oya’ for Food Gardens

VIDEO: Take a coffee break & meet Josh Williams, a Think&EatGreen@School Summer Institute Alum & chef with UBC ‘s The Point. Josh walks you through his journey growing local food & presenting the Oya invention for water conserving irrigation in…

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University Hill Elementary to Celebrate Opening of Courtyard Garden

Do you have a student enrolled at University Hill Elementary School? If so, you are cordially invited to the opening of their new courtyard garden, Monday April 22nd from 5-7pm! Bring your appetite, as the U-Hill Garden Committee will be…

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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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