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The American Horticultural Society invites you to join them in Austin, Texas for the 2015 National Children & Youth Garden Symposium (NCYGS), with local co-hosts the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and the International Junior Master Gardener Program.

NCYGS is the only national event of its kind where you can network with like-minded teachers, garden designers, community leaders, program coordinators, and others involved with connecting kids to the natural world.  NCYGS 2015 attendees will be able to:

Visit the symposium site for more information:

The first ever California Farm to School Conference will bring together Farm to School stakeholders from all regions, and from a broad cross-section of school foodservice, educators, parents, farmers, distributors, and government and nonprofit allies around a central theme of “Connecting.Growing.Leading.”  The conference will span three days, including one day of tours and a short course, and will also have a fun and delicious Taste of Farm to School Reception catered by the heroes of the California Farm to School movement.

Visit the California Farm to School conference site here: to register.


Check back later for more information on 2015’s Green School Garden Conference!

Click here for information on 2014’s Conference: 2014 Green Schools Conference

It’s Local, It’s Regional, It’s National, It’s International! It’s Slow Food in Sacramento
Slow Food Sacramento is hosting the Slow Food California Leaders meeting March 29-30 in Sacramento.
In connection with that meeting for leaders from around the state, we are opening three activities to Slow Food Sacramento members and their friends – (1) a school garden workshop, (2) the new Slow Food Story documentary, and (3) a mixer at Magpie Café.

See the rest of the Slow Food California Events website for more information: Slow Food Sacramento March Events Calendar