Queen Anne Elementary is committed to connecting our students with the environment. We have a space in the nearby P-Patch and our amazing Garden Coordinator Andrea Hildebrandt has created some programs for our kids.
She wanted to share this opportunity to connect with our parents and educators in Seattle:
The event's purpose is to bring together teachers, garden educators and coordinators, parents and families, and community members that educate in and tend outdoor learning spaces across the Puget Sound. The Winter Workshop offers an opportunity for participants to learn, share, network, improve their practices to support sustainable outdoor classroom program development. These outdoor learning spaces on or off schoolyards might include stormwater gardens, urban forests/trees, permaculture and restoration spaces, wetlands, pollinator and native gardens, and, of course, food gardens.
DATE | TIME: Saturday, March 7, 2019 | 8:30 a.m to 3:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Jane Addams Middle Elementary, 11051 – 34th Avenue NE / Seattle, WA 98125 Lake City neighborhood
QUESTIONS: Please contact Gretchen DeDecker, email@example.com
RSVP: RSVP here...
HELP US CREATE THE PROGRAM!
• Call for Presenters: Let us know if you would be interested to present on a specific topic. Please click here to complete a short questionnaire, by January 17.
• Suggest topics that are of interest to you: Please click here to tell us more, by January 17.
Please share this information with other school garden enthusiasts, and/or send us names of people who may be interested, and we’ll add them to our mailing list.
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