The following free resources are available to you for use in the classroom and for the preparation of lessons. Feel free to share these with your colleagues.
The term “Edible Education” has been used loosely to mean any teaching or learning opportunity that connects students to healthy food, sustainable food environments, or any number of hands-on food production practices. The primary goal of any “Edible Education” program is to introduce students to food-related skills and knowledge that are not readily, or commonly, available in their own community.
This guide will introduce you to edible education initiatives around the world and provide you with 9 actionable ways you can make it happen where you are right now.
Consumer Rehab is about breaking habits, changing behavior and learning to be mindful about your spending. It takes work, effort and dedication just like any other achievement. It also empowers us with a mindset to control a crucial aspect of our lives. This is an important skill you can rely on for the rest of your life, and more importantly, pass on to your children.
Making a real change in life can be challenging unless you are armed with the proper mindset to make the change stick so that you can accomplish your long-term goals. Of course, it helps to know what you want from life. This practical guide can help.
Home composting is the perfect opportunity to introduce your children to the natural life cycle. Better than simply involving them in recycling cans and paper, composting allows children to witness first-hand the transformation of living matter from plant, to food, to waste, to soil that will feed more plants. This guide is all you need to get started.