From The Boston Globe, read about the students from St. Columbkille Partnership School’s first farmer’s market. A growing success at St. Columbkille Partnership School in Brighton November 3 2011 · Words by Matt Rocheleau · Photographs by The Boston Globe The following is a press release from Boston College: Students at St. Columbkille Partnership School in Brighton recently held [...]
From Edible Boston, read how STEM Garden Institute and Boston College are working together to make a difference to some Boston teens. Boston Teens Grow Green February 27, 2013 · Words by Andrea Pyenson · Photographs by Adam Detour By all appearances, 16-year-old Malik Randall is a born salesman. On a November Saturday at the Egleston Farmers Market in Jamaica [...]
The STEM Garden Institute’s mission is to deliver STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) curriculum and innovation based learning to students (K-12) through a sustainable platform of hydroponic gardening. The STEM Garden Institute will work with educational institutions and nonprofits to deliver and implement a customized solution that is woven into their community fabric with the goal of improving America's global ranking of STEM graduates.