Curriculum & Resources


Urban Harvest Garden Educators use a wide variety of curriculum resources which can also be added to a school's or classroom's reference library.

Curriculum Garden Resources

Children's Storybooks for Use in the Outdoor Classroom

Subjects Taught in the Outdoor Classroom

Top Ten Tips for Gardening with Children 

Seasonal Activities

Warm Weather Planting Guide

Seasonal Recipes



American Heart Association Garden Grants

Annie's Homegrown

Audubon Adventures

Bird Watch (Cornell University)

Captain Planet Foundation Grants

Cornell University Vegetable Growing Guides

Cultivated Classroom

Edible Schoolyard Project

E equals

Environmental Educators Exchange

Environmental Institute of Houston

Farm to School

Four-Week Permaculture Gardening Curriculum

Fruit Tree Planting Foundation  School Orchard Grants

Garden Mosiacs American Community Gardens Association

Great Explorations in Math & Science (G.E.M.S.)

Home Gardening Guide for Your Family

Journey North Online Computer Programs

Junior Master Gardener

Lexicon of Sustainability

Life Lab

Monarch Watch

National Agriculture in the Classroom

National Gardening Association Kids Gardening Grants

National Wildlife Federation

Project Learning Tree

Project WILD A Texas Parks & Wildlife Program

Recipe for Success

Salad Bars 2 Schools Salad Bar Grants

Seed Money Crowdfunding grants

Slow Foods

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

The Lunch Box Salad Bar Grants

USDA Food & Nutrition Service

Whole Kids Foundation $2000 Garden Grants



Outdoor Classrooms Sow Seeds of Education

Alice Waters' PBS clip on Edible Education


Dig in to Gardening at the Cultivated Classroom!
Dig in with us for volunteer time in the Cultivated Classroom. We we will have seasonal planting demonstrations, weed pullin', veggie harvestin' and compost turnin' . . . a great familiy activity for all ages!
Groups of five or more, please email to reserve a spot. Space is limited! 
Where: Gregory-Lincoln Education Center

1101 Taft St, 77019

Dress: Closed toe shoes, hat and bring a refillable water bottle.

When: April 14, and May 12

Time: 9AM-12PM