Planting Seeds of Change in SW Ohio

Science Days, Spring Sleedings, Sensory Gardens, MU Professional Development & 
Pollinator Gardens
GreenSTEMS is working with 3CDC and Cincinnati Parks to provide Green STEM learning programming for neighborhood kids at Ziegler Park

New on the Blog
How tos: Eastern Bluebird, Tree Swallow, and Duck Nest.

Nature Day with Miami Early Childhood Education students April 18th 2018 @ Hueston Woods!
Nature Day
Nature Day is an authentic project based day of learning. Three professors combine for a day of integrated outdoor learning. The students engage in learning through content area explorations, hiking, and woodworking. 
Students use real tools to complete projects as part of the embodied cognitive approach to learning used in Assessment Class.
Here is a nice write-up about what we did last year.

April 26 & 27th
Cincinnati, Ohio
(We will be there to discuss current projects and networking Cincinnati School Gardens!)

In case you are interested...
Denver, CO | May 3&4, 2018

Other Annual Events
typically October 13th 
Ohio State University Extension

 Permaculture & Urban Gardening
We have been experimenting with creating different types of vertical pallet gardens. These could be used by schools or in urban design for growing spaces, food production, or observations and experimentation.

 Vertical Gardens

Free-Standing or Wall Mounted

Tower Gardens
We have begun working with Nancy the Nutrition Nut (aka. Nancy Parkinson) to explore how to integrate tower gardening, nutrition, and curriculum standards. We received our first grant from Butler Rural Electric Cooperative to support Nancy's work with children in Talawanda Schools! Thanks Butler Rural Coop!!

Getting started:
Check out our blog, it is updating regularly.

We have immediate needs here at GreenSTEMS. We are actively applying for grants and it can be very beneficial to our chances to be able to match the support provided! If you would like to donate please head over to the Get Involved tab and click the Donate button. 

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