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  • Wednesday

    Green Teacher Professional Development: 4-Part Fall Series

    Sep 22
    Natural Curiosity and Green Teacher are excited to launch a 4-Part climate-focused virtual professional learning series this fall. This series is for educators of intermediate and senior grades who wish to deepen their own inquiry into the ecology of natural curiosity — growing a learning environment where educators and students experience themselves in relationship with the Land and each other in community — and how this pedagogical approach can be applied to climate change education. Over the course of four months, educators will explore the four-branch framework of environmental inquiry and the associated Indigenous lenses, that present tangible entry points towards a reciprocal relationship with the Land participating as a co-teacher.

  • Wednesday

    PHA & Early Childhood Educators: Teaming Up to Raise a Generation of Veggie Lovers

    Oct 13, 02:00:00 PM - 03:00:00 PM (ET)
    Join the Partnership for a Healthier America on Wednesday, October 13 at 2:00pm ET as we discuss the important role of early childhood educators to help raise a generation of healthy, adventurous, veggie-loving eaters. We will introduce the Partnership for a Healthier America’s Veggies Early & Often initiative and evidence to support why young eaters need veggies early and often. Our panelists will share their business case for embracing veggies as an organizational priority and discuss strategies—using curriculum and instruction, menu development and meal service, parent engagement and more—to help young eaters develop the skills and confidence to try new foods and learn to enjoy a variety of vegetables. Participants will learn tips to overcome common challenges related to feeding vegetables to young eaters.

  • Wednesday

    SGSO Network Webinar: School Food Service and School Gardens

    Oct 20, 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM (PT)
    Hear how school gardens can be intertwined with the work of school nutrition programs. We will share case studies related to school food service program funding and staffing support of school gardens, garden to cafeteria programs, and policies to support school gardening efforts. Bring your questions and ideas to share as we will allow time for Q and A. Register