A Garden In Every School Symposium

Network with like-minded teachers, parents, garden designers, community leaders, school garden coordinators, and others involved with helping kids make the connection between food, health and the environment. By encouraging and supporting a garden in every school, we create opportunities for our children to discover fresh food, to make healthier food choices and to become better nourished.

  • Workshops
  • Success Stories
  • Best Practices
  • Panel Discussions
  • Information Booths
  • Delicious Food

Download a Tentative Schedule for Symposium

At The Met Sacramento, 810 V Street | Parking is limited.  We suggest carpooling or bike riding
Price: $60 for the weekend (includes a light breakfast, lunch and snacks on both days).  We do not offer a one day price.

A Garden in Every School SymposiumLearn more and register for the 2015 Symposium

Slow Food Sac and Grant High School Supporting School Gardens in Africa

Slow Food Sacramento has created, through a donation by Kingbird Farms, its first relationship with one of Slow Food International’s 1,000 Gardens in Africa. We have partnered the GEO Program at Grant High School in Sacramento with Victoria School Garden in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

We’re looking forward to some photo sharing between Annmarie Kennedy of GEO and Sifuni Wilson, Head teacher of Victoria Primary School. The school is currently focusing on improving access to water.

Read more about this program of Slow Food International here:  http://www.slowfood.com/terramadreday/pagine/eng/pagina2.lasso?-id_pg=113

Carlo Petrini, the founder of Slow Food, wants to grow this program to 10,000 gardens! Would you like to help support the Victoria School project or help Slow Food Sacramento adopt another garden? Contact charity@slowfoodsacramento.com