Garden-based learning organizations

Cornell Garden-Based Learning Institute - Based in the Department of Horticulture at Cornell University. Provides free, online activities, projects, publications, and other educational materials related to gardening with youth.Also provides specific gardening content and positive youth development-oriented support for educational programs.

Garden Mosaics – This Cornell Department of Natural Resources program connects youth and elders to investigate the mosaic of plants, people, and cultures in gardens, to learn about science, and to act together to enhance their community.

California School Garden Network – This school gardening network site includes extensive curriculum materials and other program support tools such as the Gardens for Learning publication.

Partnership for Plant-based Education (PPBE) - The PPBE is a coalition of national organizations devoted to promoting the use of plants as an important element of children's educational programs.

Friends of Burlington Gardens - Friends of Burlington Gardens works to create a local food system where Vermonters of all ages experience the benefits of community gardening and become healthier through improved diets, exercise, and positive social interactions.

Food Works at Two Rivers Center – Foods Works is emerging as central Vermont's hands-on food and agricultural education center working to strengthen local food systems and empower children, families, and seniors to grow, prepare, eat and preserve their own foods.

LifeLab - The Life Lab Science Program aims to inspire learning and conservation by engaging students and educators in the natural world. It supports science and garden-based education through publications, professional development, and innovative programs.

National Gardening Association – The National Gardening Association (NGA) promotes home, school, and community gardening as a means to renew and sustain the essential connections between people, plants, and the environment. Their kids gardening site is very comprehensive.

The American Horticultural Society – AHS is one of the oldest national gardening organizations in the country. At AHS you’ll get connected -- to great gardens around the world, gardening education for all levels of skill, sources of information on any garden subject imaginable, a community of gardeners eager to share their experiences, other great gardening events and activities, and much, much more.

Food, Land & People - a nonprofit organization committed to helping people of all ages better understand the interrelationships among agriculture, the environment, and people of the world. Food, Land & People's science- and social sciences-based curriculum, Resources for Learning, currently serves Pre-K to 12th grade students throughout the United States.

Collective Roots - A nonprofit organization providing school and community based garden based learning and food system programs in Silicon Valley, California.