School Gardens

Annie's Grants for Gardens
Limited number of small grants up to $250 to school gardens and other educational programs that connect children directly to real food. These funds can be used to buy gardening tools, seeds or other needed supplies.

Gardening at Home with Kids
Great tips from HomeAdvisor on how to create all kinds of gardens with kids, including vegetable gardens!

Sponsored by the National Gardening Association, this page includes information on youth garden grants, a resource directory and a school garden registry, among other things

Texas A&M University. Information and research on children's gardens, gardening with children, survey, etc.

NEEF's Gardens and Schoolyards Toolkit
There are many educational benefits to school gardens and green schoolyards. These spaces serve as living laboratories that provide a real-world context for lessons across subject areas. They also engage students in hands-on, project-based learning activities.

School Gardens
Information on how to build school gardens, design considerations, curricula, etc. from Texas A&M University.

Whole Kids Foundation School Garden Grants
Learning about the process of growing food helps children develop a deep understanding of the connection between healthy eating and a healthy body. School gardens offer an opportunity to integrate math, science and health curriculum into a dynamic, interactive setting. They also provide a base of knowledge that allows children to take an active role in healthy food choices.

Youth Garden Grants
The National Gardening Association's annually awards 400 Youth Garden Grants to schools and other programs throughout the United States. The grants may be awarded to groups who plan on gardening with at least 15 children between the ages of 3 and 18.