Engaging & Teaching Youth

READING LIST

Previous gardening experience and gardening enjoyment is related to vegetable preferences and consumption among low-income elementary school children (Winter 2020)

  • Evans, A., Ranjit, N., Fair, C. N., Jennings, R., & Warren, J. L. (2016). Previous gardening experience and gardening enjoyment is related to vegetable preferences and consumption among low-income elementary school children. Journal of nutrition education and behavior, 48(9), 618-624.

Gardening increases vegetable consumption in school-aged children: A meta-analytical synthesis

POWER POINTS

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TEMPLATES

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EXAMPLES

Learn, Garden, and Reflect with Cornell Garden-Based Learning (Winter 2020)

  • A site to provide educators with inspiring, research-based gardening resources and professional development to support engaging, empowering, and relevant learning experiences for children, youth, adults, and communities.

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