Year Published: 2003

Author: Georgia Hall, Ph.D.

Reprinted with permission from School-Age Notes, the most trusted publisher and provider of quality, innovative resources designed to elevate the skills of adults who create learning opportunities for children and youth.

American culture is deeply rooted in the experience of farming and gardening. Yet, many youth today have not experienced any activities that involve an in-depth level of caring for animals or plants other than growing seeds in a classroom or a family pet. There are in fact many programs such as 4-H clubs that provide experiences for participation on farms, and also other clubs that promote community-based youth farm and garden projects.

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