Nothing piques a child's curiosity like exploring a thriving garden. Our Garden Educators bring science to life in our outdoor garden classroom during this 26-week program offered to 2nd and 3rd grade students.

Weekly garden-based science classes connect students with their health, the planet and their community; cultivating environmental literacy during a critical time in their development. Currently offered at Farallone View and Hatch Elementary Schools.

My child is learning good nutritional values of foods. I value that it’s a hands on environment and he’s having fun learning and bringing home recipes from foods the class has grown and eating new things.”
— Parent of 2nd Grader

Garden Club

We lead a weekly Garden Club offered to 1st through 5th grade students at two elementary school sites. This drop-in program offers interested students the opportunity to get their hands dirty, cultivate a love for garden-grown fruits and veggies, and deepen their connection to the garden.

I love that they are learning about gardening. Growing food is a basic skill that they will carry with them for life - everyone should learn to garden!”
— Parent of 3rd Grader

Junior Marketeer

For graduates of the Intensive Garden Program, our Junior Marketeer Program allows 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students to continue learning about health, environment, and agriculture through lending a hand at THP’s Farmers' Market booth! Marketeers work alongside THP’s farm staff, applying math, customer service and marketing skills, and sharing their knowledge of fruits and veggies with the public.

Check out our Junior Marketeer program to learn more about this volunteer opportunity.

My favorite part of the day was when I went to HEAL class!”
— Megan, Jr. Marketeer, 2017

Do think every child deserves a meaningful experience in the garden?  

Your $20 donation provides one hour of education in our outdoor classroom for a child. Please considering donating today and bring food to life for the next generation.