Project #2: Children’s Gardens

YummyYards owes it’s roots to working with children. Before Laura founded YummyYards, she was working with the Garden to Table program, a project through the Growe Foundation.With this program, we installed and maintained gardens at Boulder Valley School District elementary schools.  Parents noticed that their children were actually eating larger amounts and varieties of vegetables and wanted to know how they could do that at home.  Alas, YummyYards was born.

This collection of photos highlights some of the various garden projects YummyYards has been involved with the past few year.  They range from harvesting herbs and making tea, to tugging scarecrows across the school yard, to making salsa with veggies from the garden.  Enjoy!

Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens 

 

Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
Project #2: Children's Gardens
Project #2: Children’s Gardens
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