Brent Elementary School's "Outdoor Classroom" in Washington, D.C., is the final home of the U.S. Botanic Garden's Sustainable Schoolyard exhibit.
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Read the Hill Rag's coverage of the installation of the Sustainable Schoolyard at Brent Elemetary here.
 
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1   Link   Good Food For All Kids: A Garden at Every School
Good Food For All Kids: A Garden at Every School was voted one of the Top Ten out of more than 2500 proposals in the 2010 Ideas for Change Competition.

By planting a garden at every school in America, we will ensure that every child has the opportunity to benefit from eating more fresh healthy foods. A well-planned edible schoolyard can supply a significant portion of a school's daily food needs. By cultivating a garden together, children learn vital skills in team work, problem solving, creative planning, and sustainable living.
2   Link   Schoolyard Greening Resources
EcoSchool Design™ maintains this list of organizations from around the world that are working to make schoolyards greener. Some of them have national and international programs that address this issue on a large scale, while others are focused on their own local city, state, or region.
3   Link   San Francisco Green Schoolyard Alliance Resources
San Francisco Green Schoolyard Alliance (SFGSA) promotes inclusive, community-driven processes that create and maintain healthy, environmentally sustainable learning environments in San Francisco's schools.
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