Governor’s Island Teaching Garden Summer Field Trip Request

Field trips are available Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from September 13th to November 10th for NYC students, grades K-12. Trips depart Manhattan on the ferry to Governors Island at 10am and 11am. Programs are free for Title I and DPHO-neighborhood schools, $50 for other public and charter schools, and $10/student for private and parochial schools. There is a minimum of 25 students for all programs and a maximum of 34 students at 10am and maximum of 50 students at 11am.The Teaching Garden offers students the opportunity to plant, harvest, cook, and water the garden’s wide array of vegetables, herbs, and fruits.

Seed Savers Exchange Seed Saving School

Call for National Farm to School Month Outreach Partners

BirdSleuth Free Kits for Educators

Share Your Curricula
On October 15th this year, educators from across the city and curriculum development specialists from across the United States will gather to share curriculum resources at the NYC Social Justice Curriculum Fair. We are currently looking for educators and organizations to volunteer to share their social justice curriculum and coordinate outreach in specific grade/subject areas. If you’re interested in helping out, let us know with this form. Our goal is to elevate our practice as educators and strengthen social justice pedagogy by sharing curriculum and facilitating teacher-to-teacher collaboration. We invite educators to share teaching materials and practices related to racial justice, feminism, LGBTQ rights, labor, immigration, ecology, activism, and any other content focus or pedagogy that aims to advance social justice. 


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