Sept. 3 | Growing Together: Gardening With Kids Webinar RECAP
Kids are heading back to school, in various ways and places. We're all looking for ways to engage kids in hands-on, meaningful learning. There's no better way to do that than with gardening! Since there's still time to garden with your child, indoors and out, we're here to help! This webinar will be hosted by Charlie and Sarah and feature video demonstrations of several projects created by Kids Gardening program director Christine Gall.
This event is generously sponsored by Gardener's Supply.
Charlie Nardozzi is an author, radio and TV personality, speaker, tour leader and host of All Things Gardening on Vermont Public Radio.
Sarah Pounders is a Senior Education Specialist at KidsGardening and has been active in the field of youth gardening for over 25 years with experience coordinating numerous children’s gardens, and writing curricula and activities for youth of all ages.
Christine Gall is the Program Director at KidsGardeing and has been immersed in the world of agriculture and food-based learning for over a decade, from farming in Vermont to cooking with elementary-aged youth in Maine.
- So how exactly does this work?
First things first - start by registering here! We need your email in order to send you the link to join the event! You’ll get a reminder 24 hours in advance. One hour before the event, we’ll send you a link to watch the live stream on YouTube.
- Will other attendees be able to see or hear me?
No, you and all of our attendees will only be able to see the host and the guests.
- Will I have to use Zoom or any other video conferencing?
No, this is a live stream that you will watch on YouTube.
- Will this event be broadcast?
No. But it will be recorded so you will be able to view it again or catch it if you happen to miss the live event.
- What if I have question for one of the guests?
You can submit a question in advance by sending us an email. We will try to include your question in the event!
- What if I have another question that wasn't answered here?