Grow Education uses school gardens as a platform for experiential and project-based learning with programming that is inclusive of the surrounding community. We work with New Bedford public schools and partner with community organizations to support the advancement of STEM curriculum while incorporating skills for healthy living and education on career opportunities in STEM-related fields.
May 28, 2019
Over 18 presentations were given to students in New Bedford Public Schools focused on bridging community resources for the students of New Bedford.
August 18, 2017
On Tuesday, August 15, GROW Education and SEMAP – Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership hosted a workshop that introduced gardening enthusiasts to the basics of planning, constructing, planting, and caring for a spiral herb garden
March 8, 2018
by Zoe Hansen-DiBello Grow Education Program Director On Tuesday March 6th, the Carlos Pacheco Elementary…