School Garden Learning Network

A longstanding grassroots collective dedicated to sustaining school gardens in Napa County.

Our Current Work

Back to School Gathering

On September 13th, school garden educators gathered to tour the Valley Oak school garden and share tips for the upcoming school year. Each representative who attended received a new pair of gloves, a high-quality hose nozzle, and seeds–small tokens of appreciation for their hard work.

Irrigation Mini-Grants

Drip irrigation systems save time and water, but are expensive to install and challenging to maintain. We provide on site consultation and simple systems valued around $250.

Erin S. Soper Memorial Fund

With support from a generous Give!Guide business donor last year, we established the inaugural Erin S. Soper Memorial Fund to honor the memory of a beloved garden educator who tended the garden at El Centro School (renamed as Willow) for years. Erin lost her fight with cancer on April 20, 2022. This legacy fund will support professional opportunities for educators new to garden-based learning.

A School Garden Network: School garden programs need green thumbs. And that other kind of green.

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Embraces the power school gardens have to foster curiosity, promote wellness, and connect kids with food and increase our impact by making a contribution.

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The School Garden Doctor is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax-deductible. EIN: 83-1551303.

History of the School Garden Learning Network
Project Spotlight: Squash for NOSH

During the summer of 2019, Napa school gardens grew veggies for the cafeteria! Dubbed Squash for NOSH, this pilot involved ten school and community gardens in growing, harvesting, and selling zucchini/ summer squash to for school lunch.

Participating Sites: Donaldson Way, Phillips Magnet, Pueblo Vista Magnet, Vichy Elementary School, Harvest Magnet, River MS, and Silverado MS, New Tech High School, Napa Valley CanDo’s Food Bank Garden and Randolph Community Garden

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