• sunflowers

    a garden in every school

  • citrus

    the season for citrus

  • farmvisit slide

    farm visits

  • recycling slide

    school recycling setup

  • salad bar

    fresh salad bar selections

Gardens & Farm Visits

Gardens & Farm Visits

Learning where our food comes from.

School Gardens provide hands on learning as students grow crops, cook, compost and more.

Farm Visits are offered to all second graders.

Harper Harvest and Birch Lane Harvest are pilot programs where school gardens sell produce to the school district central kitchen.

Farm Fresh Lunches

Farm Fresh Lunches

Promoting seasonal, local food in school meals.

Cafeteria Taste Testers let students sample fresh choices in lunch food.

Cooking Classes are provided for Student Nutrition Services staff.

Nutrition Advisory Committee is a forum to promote child nutrition, health and wellness.

Waste Reduction

Waste Reduction

Reducing solid waste through comprehensive waste management.

DavisRISE (Recycling Is Simply Elementary) is our unique, proven, recycling program that reduces waste at all school sites.

ALL Compost collection at elementary sites diverts all lunch food waste which means even greater waste reduction.

News and announcements

Coordinators–remember to attend the October 2nd team meeting at Harper Jr High, 4-6 pm.

Help with the Grain to Bread event at Hoes Down, Saturday Oct. 4

The Cool Davis Festival is coming Sat. Oct 11.  Contact Dorothy to help make paper pots and plant seeds with kids.


Enjoy these pictures from the 2014 Village Feast

Life Lab has a new resource to connect their “Growing Classroom” garden lessons with Common Core math and language arts standards and Next Generation Science Standards.  Check out their website to learn more.





From The Blog

One Farm at a Time

One Farm at a Time

For years, Jeff and Annie Main of Good Humus farm have...

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Grain to Bread 2013
Village Feast 2013
Farm fresh food
FFA at Davis High
Waste reduction
Hands on learning