Chartwells K12 chefs Josh Perkins l and Will Ratley with some young gardeners at the Pattonville Mo Youth Garden one of the pilot programs associated with the ldquoeat learn liverdquo program

Chartwells K12 chefs Josh Perkins (l.) and Will Ratley with some young gardeners at the Pattonville (Mo.) Youth Garden, one of the pilot programs associated with the “eat. learn. live” program.

Chartwells launches comprehensive school garden program

The “eat. learn. live” program designed to help guide educators through the process of successfully developing, growing and sustaining school gardens regardless of space, climate or resources.

Chartwells K12 has launched the “eat. learn. live” School Garden Program in conjunction with KidsGardening.org, a resource of the National Gardening Association (NGA). A comprehensive resource to help guide educators through the process of successfully developing, growing and sustaining school gardens regardless of space, climate or resources they may have currently available, “eat. learn. live” offers a detailed garden playbook loaded with instructive and creative gardening tips, nutriti

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