Teas Please!

November 30th, 2016

Written by Miss Ella Campagne, Learning Garden Educator As I’m sitting down with a steaming cup of peppermint tea, memories from the recently finished garden season wash over me. I remember planting seedlings, watering and watching them grow, and finally picking and eating the delicious food that we grew together.  While much of the fresh produce from the garden is… Read More »

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Allderdice Horticulture Society Lends a Hand at Colfax

November 24th, 2015

By “Farmer” Paul Pagoda, Garden Educator at Colfax A few years ago Allderdice High School did not have a school garden. That all changed when a group of motivated students and a supportive adult got organized and started the Allderdice Horticulture Society (AHS). Now in its second year, the AHS has installed garden beds on the Allderdice campus and has increased its… Read More »

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February ESY Newsletter

December 5th, 2014

Link to full newsletter Food For Thought  The past few months at Edible Schoolyard Pittsburgh have been spent teaching lessons from our Winter Cooking Program.  Together with students, we’re learning that food is one of the most basic – and the most important – elements of life around the world.  After all, everyone must eat.  There are healthy food traditions… Read More »

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March ESY Newsletter

December 4th, 2014

While the Snow Falls… Students Plan for Spring!    Pittsburgh’s unusually blustery winter (along with the many school closings and delays) has not stopped Garden Educators and ESY students from plowing into food education!  Students are still cooking recipes from around the globe and beginning to dream and plan for their spring gardens.   Read on to to view the entire… Read More »

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February ESY Pittsburgh Newsletter

December 6th, 2013

Curious what Edible Schoolyard Pittsburgh cooks up during the winter months when our school gardens are “asleep”?  The February edition of our newsletter gives the reader a look into our cooking classrooms around the city, shares our recipes and gives a few tips for starting your own seeds this fall.   Read our February Edible Schoolyard Pittsburgh Newsletter here!

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December ESY Newsletter

December 12th, 2012

The Edible Schoolyard Pittsburgh monthly e-newsletter offers updates on our 6 partner-school gardens, photos of our latest garden and cooking lessons, seasonal garden tips and recipes we hope you will enjoy! Click on this link to access our latest newsletter Interested in subscribing to the ESY Pittsburgh Newsletter? Click here

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