Is a Learning Garden Right for My School? 1.Are you an elementary, middle, or high school? (If you are a community center or other site, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org )YesNo2.Do you have a team of colleagues or volunteers who would like to be involved?YesNo3.Is your school located in one of the districts we are currently working with? (Hover to see a list of our districts.) Now accepting applications for the Learning Garden Initiatives in: Chicago Chicago Public Schools Denver-Front Range Adams 12 Five Star Schools Denver Public Schools Jeffco Public Schools Mapleton Public Schools Thompson School District Detroit Cornerstone Education Group Detroit Public Schools Ferndale School District Grand Valley State University Charter Schools Hazel Park Schools River Rouge School District Southfield School District Indianapolis Beech Grove City Schools Indianapolis Public Schools Metropolitan School District of Warren Township Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township Perry Township Schools Memphis Achievement School District Shelby County Schools YesNo4.Is your school’s free and reduced lunch percentage 60 or higher?YesNo5.Do you have after-school, summer, or other community programs who would be excited to participate in your Learning Garden?YesNo6.Are you committed to teaching your students about the importance of real food?YesNoYou might not be a fit for a Learning Garden, but let’s talk!Please contact our team to learn more: email@example.com Contact Us You might be a fit for a Learning Garden, but we need more information. Please contact our team to learn more: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Us My School is a Great Fit for a Learning Garden: Now What? It's time to fill out an application! Once submitted, we will screen it for completeness. If there is anything missing, we will contact you. After the initial screening, your application will be reviewed by our Project Management team and the exact location for the Learning Garden will be evaluated. When proposed garden location is agreed upon by the District, School, and Big Green's Project Management team, a Site Review Signoff is signed by all parties. (NOTE: For various reasons, the location identified in the application may not work for a Learning Garden. We may need to agree on a new location before the application is approved). Once the Site Review Signoff is signed by the District, School, and Big Green, we will email your Learning Garden Award Letter to the principal, engineer, and garden team lead. This means we’re ready to get started! A Learning Garden Agreement will be created and signed to outline the details about the Learning Garden product and materials, necessary site preparation, details on construction access and schedule, and your unique Learning Garden design. The agreement also outlines the Installation Day and Learning Garden Maintenance Plan. Apply Now CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.