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    • Aggie Horticulture Just For Kids – Kid-friendly tips about plants and gardens, nutrition of garden products, composting, sociohorticulture (humans interacting with plants/gardens), and the outdoors in general.
    • Baby Elf Centre – Permaculture means ‘permanent agriculture’ a natural way of growing healthy plants that we eat. For young children.
    • Biblical Gardens – Children’s biblical gardens in Fair Haven, Vermont.
    • The Bulb Project – Features activities and projects for kids that involve gardening with bulbs, including forcing them in winter and creating a labyrinth garden.
    • ChildFun’s – Crafts and activities to help teach children about gardening
    • Cool Kids Grow – New Zealand-based site with information about gardening for kids, as well as a kids gardening club areas with competitions, games, and activity sheets.
    • Dirty Dozen Garden Club – Supplies tips to get kids interested in gardening. Has environmental alerts and possible actions to take.
    • The Edible Schoolyard – A non-profit program located on over one acre of land on the campus of Martin Luther King Junior Middle School in Berkeley, California. The focus is on organic gardening, cooking, and coursework related to both.
    • Gardening For Kids – Information about kid friendly plants, bulbs, and gardening basics.
    • Gardening With Kids – Includes advice and general information on gardening with kids.
    • Great Plant Escape – An elementary plant science program for 4th and 5th grade students. Helps increase understanding of how food grows.
    • The Green Acres Elementary School: Living Schoolyard – A project to sustain an organic garden and landscape as an integral part of the Santa Cruz school’s curriculum and the surrounding community. Goals, history, curriculum, and information about the nature area.
    • Interest Your Kids In Gardening – Tips and activity suggestions, with related links.
    • John Deere Kids – Printable coloring books. Link to tractor toys including John Deere collectibles.
    • Junior Master Gardener Program – Program for American youth of all ages that uses fun activities to teach horticulture and environmental science concepts.
    • Kid’s Garden – Information, articles, links, ideas for kids and gardening. From Suite101.com
    • Kid’s Valley Webgarden – Tips and ideas for kids interested in gardening. Learn all about planning a garden, planting, plant care, and harvesting.
    • KidsGardening.com – Features kid oriented gardening information, a free newsletter, and e-mail pals.
    • Linda’s Garden – Resources, information and tips for kids gardening. Also an award for kids’ gardening pages.
    • Michigan 4-H Children’s Garden – From Michigan State University. A place where plants, children, and imaginations come together.
    • Roots and Shoots School Garden – Presents the history of two school gardens in Virginia and California, an overview of theme gardens, and a form to request a handbook and slide show with information on starting a new garden of its kind.
    • School Garden Wizard – Lesson plans and activities for planning and growing a garden. Created for America’s K-12 school community by the United States Botanic Garden and Chicago Botanic Garden.
    • Seeds of Change Garden: Activities in Four Seasons – Smithsonian Institute project for creating old and new world gardens and exchange gardens. Tips on preparing the garden, planting vegetables, and tending the garden.
    • NPR : Saving Kids from ‘Nature Deficit Disorder’ – Author Richard Louv talks about his new book, “Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder.” Louv argues that kids are so plugged into television and video games that they’ve lost their connection to the natural world. [4:55 streaming audio broadcast] (May 25, 2005)