School Garden Project Promotes Inclusive Learning

School Garden Project seeks to promote inclusive learning opportunities with release of Increasing Inclusion in School Gardens, A Resource Packet for Garden Educators.

The garden education team at the School Garden Project of Lane County (located in Eugene, OR) set out on a mission to increase inclusion in school garden settings.

With the financial support from the Coeta and Donald Barker Foundation, they met with local special education teachers, received training in inclusion practices and Universal Design, and worked collaboratively to re-think and revise teaching practices, curriculum, materials, and garden designs to help push the edges of school garden education.

The resource packet is a compilation of the information learned through this 12-month project. This is a free resource and we invite you to read, download and share it within your community.

Download the complete packet: Increasing Inclusion in School Gardens Resource Packet