School Garden Project

The Slow Food Sonoma County North school garden project partners with a combination of elementary schools and after-school programs. We provide curriculum from Slow Food USA, Ark of Taste seed and seedlings to help teach the importance and the joy of biodiversity in the food system. A small reimbursement stipend is provided to each school to help offset the costs of running a garden that is prepared, tended to and harvested by students. 

The SFSCN school garden program also collaborates with the School Garden Network-Sonoma County, Slow Food USA School Garden Network, and Sonoma County Master Gardeners to maximize our reach to the students in Sonoma County.  

Project Leader:  Debbi Crapeau