Grown in Marin
University of California
Grown in Marin

Consultation & Support

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Conservation Corps North Bay
Staff assist with environmental service clubs, recycling initiatives, and special education programs. They can also assist on campus with outdoor experiential learning activities.

Marin County Farm Bureau
The website lists extensive links to agricultural education organizations.

Master Gardener School Gardens Consultants
Volunteer Master Gardeners provide information, advice, problem solving expertise, and resources for school personnel, students and volunteers involved with the school garden.

Marin Organic Farm Field Studies Program
Educational staff presents on-farm and in-classroom experiences for schools and community groups that are linked to the CA State Content Standards.

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Marin Organic School Lunch and Gleaning Program
Marin Organic distributes a combination of purchased and gleaned food from member farms including potatoes, squashes, spinach, leeks, beets, carrots, arugula, lettuces, meats, eggs, yogurt, and more. A product list is sent on Thursday mornings and all foods are delivered to schools on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Novato Live Well Network
The Novato Live Well Network builds and supports a network of local community gardens that enable people from diverse backgrounds to grow food and foster community in a sustainable manner. They work with and educate families, schools, and the community about the positive benefits of choosing sustainable ways of eating, gardening and living by providing programs that support nutrition education, our local food-shed, school and community gardens, and sustainable living practices.

Regenerative Design Institute
Ongoing specialty workshops and community events are offered on nature awareness, biodiversity and sustainable ecology. Some class programs are available by special arrangement.

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