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Contact Us

info@dcurbangreens.org 

 

3779 Ely Place Southeast
Washington, DC, 20019

703-785-7902

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Programs

Programs

 

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Cornerstone garden elective

Activities involve journaling for reflection, engineering  farm equipment, gardening. 

We love working with Cornerstone students and we learn so much from their curiosity as well!

 

 
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farm to school
field trips

 

Education is ingrained in our farms -- we like to think of our farm as an outdoor classroom. You can be sure to expect interactive activities, scavenger hunts, engaging educational experiences, hands-on learning, and meaningful reflection.

Our field trips encompass parts of the farm from our seedlings, to our plants, to our compost and pollination garden. We also have conversations about food justice and food deserts.

 

 

 

 

What to know before

  • Groups are 10-15 children. We do accomodate larger groups with chaperones. 
  • Typically an hour long. Option to extend if students wish to volunteer in the garden.
  • $10/child. This charge is waived if participating in free/reduced school lunches. Costs include materials needed for field trip and labor costs to run event.

Below are resources outlining the importance of farm to school field trips for youth

Come join us for fun on the farm!