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Gardening and sustainability education is one of Urban Harvest's primary programs. Come help to set up the class space, greet, check in registered students, or help walk-ins get signed up. Go to our website https://www.urbanharvest.org/education/classes/and see what classes you might be interested and contact Lilly DeHaven, classes coordinator at email@example.com to take the class for free as a class helper.
About Urban Harvest
2311 Canal St. Suite 200, Houston, TX 77003, US
Urban Harvest is a nonprofit organization that uses fruit, vegetable and habitat gardens to improve quality of life in the greater Houston area. These gardens serve to educate, strengthen community spirit, create therapeutic environments and provide food and income. We teach organic gardening techniques, help neighborhoods build successful community gardens,create outdoor classrooms at schools that teach core curricula, nutrition and respect for the environment, provide fresh, locally grown food, and encourage responsible land use. Our work benefits all of us by improving food, diet and health. It also builds engaging schools, neighborly communities, and valuable local businesses that together sustain and improve our environment.
We help start community and school gardens in greater Houston. We offer gardening classes and manage a farmer's market. We have a curriculum program in low income schools to teach science and math in outdoor classrooms. We teach places of worship and neighborhood groups how to grow food to donate to the hungry.
We'll work with your schedule.
Houston Museum of Natural Science5555 Hermann Park DriveHouston, TX 77030
- approx. 2.5 hrs