2018 saw a very productive year in Youth Education. From the birth of new school gardens, like Mading Elementary, to the actualization of long-term plans atschools like Gregory-Lincoln Education Center, Urban Harvest created the next chapters in the future of youth gardening education and food security in the city of Houston.0
Pergola build at Gregory-Lincoln (sponsored by Indigo/Momentum).
(top) Fruit tasting at Buffalo Creek Elementary (sponsored by BASF).
(r) Harvesting at Gregory-Lincoln EC-PVA.
(above) Garden build at Mading Elementary (sponsored by Kroger).
A big shout out to our many school supporters including AARP, BASF, CASE HCDE, COH, Frostwood PTA, The Garden Club of Houston, Garden Oaks MM PTO, H-E-B, HISD After-School Programs, HISD Health Medical Services, Kinder Foundation, Indigo/Momentum, Kroger, Laurenzo ECC PTA, Lift Memorial, Rummel Creek PTA, TBG Planners, Whole Kids Foundation, and Wilson Montessori PTO.