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The Charleston Area Children’s Garden Project teams up with Brown-Forman Corporation creating a project-based, experiential learning, edible garden at Angel Oak Elementary School. The Charleston Area Children’s Garden Project (CACGP) is excited about partnering with Charleston County School District (CCSD) in supporting school-wide cafeteria composting.
Originally, all schools who were being assisted by the CACGP composted organics from their school gardens.
Stono Park Elementary School and Angel Oak Elementary School now implement cafeteria composting. We had our very 1st fundraiser ever, hosted by Mad River Bar & Grill on Thursday, May 10th 2012, 6-9 PM, at 32 North Market Street in Charleston. There was live music by HENRY’S ATTIC playing Bluegrass, Country and Rock, Guitar, Upright Bass and Accordion.
The Mad River ‘Party for a Purpose’ was a huge success, not only as a fund raiser, but also, the music and people were fantastic. We have already scheduled are next fund raiser at Mad River, October 6, 2012 from 6pm to 9pm.
Admission is free, BUT with a $5 donation, you get one free bar drink of your choice and $5 entrees that are usually priced between $9 and $12. Pinehurst Elementary School in North Charleston is the newest school garden for the Children's Garden Project.
We'd also like to welcome the children and faculty of Angel Oak Elementary School on Johns Island to the Garden Project.
MUSC Dietetic Intern Program participated in the Charleston Area Children's Garden Project by teaching inner-city elementary school children the benefits of good health and nutrition through garden activities.
The Charleston Area Children’s Garden Project collaborated with MUSC’s Dietetic Internship Program (DIP) in the Spring semester of 2011. The Charleston Area Children's Garden Project is now selling beautiful 100% organic cotton long sleeve tees. As the Executive Director of the Children's Garden Project, I look at this venture as a pathway to change the way we think about feeding our future.

The Charleston Area Children's Garden Project has become the 'Friend of Earth Fare' for January through March of 2010.
The Lowcountry Highrollers are sponsoring a fundraiser for the CACGP on March 20, 2010 at Citadel McAllister Field House, Charleston, SC. Last year, the Charleston Area Children's Garden Project displayed the children's recycled garden hard scape at both Park Circle in North Charleston and Night Heron Park on Kiawah Island. In 2009, the Charleston Area Children's Garden Project worked with our volunteer youth from Trident United Way at Gadsden Green Housing Authority on Charleston Peninsula.
Millions of children and youth from 115 countries address unmet needs in their communities.
We were excited to be working with Executive Director Helen Rutledge Wiley on a Garden Project documentary to be showcased at the upcoming Middleton Place Garden Festival. Middleton Place Foundation is honored to have you as a Partner for the 2008 Charleston Garden Festival, October 16-19, 2008. Photographer Leigh Webber has been working with us at three of our gardens to document the progress our children have been making this year. The New South Jazzmen include David Michael Ruddy, Jerry Winkle, Bill McSweeney Sr, Stephan Barrey, Bill McSweeney Jr, and Neale Baugh and what a joy!  You can like them here.
My Mom ordered the Chilled Shellfish and Butter Lettuce-a beautiful display of Maine lobster, jumbo scallops, shrimp and jumbo lump crab, cucumbers, radish slices and orange segments-all tossed in a deliciously lite vinaigrette.
Our Executive Director, Darlena Goodwin, presented an outline, slide show, and explanation of the reasoning behind cafeteria composting, both for the students and the environment, to a group of approximately 100 CCSD cafeteria managers at the Academic Magnet on January 12, 2012 as part of a county wide professional development. Many thanks go out to Mad River's new event planner, Semantha Levy for all her help in getting this new event scheduled. When the Charleston Area Children's Garden Project commits to a school, the relationship is for 3 years (6 semesters). Earth Fare Healthy Supermarket of Charleston, SC is donating 5 cents to the garden project for every recycled bag used by a customer that comes through the cashier line for three months. We displayed a hand-made compost bin from recycled palettes, a raised bed built from discarded recycled construction lumber and paint, a worm habitat using recycled newspaper, and rich nutrient-filled organic composted material made from recycled food scraps, leaves, grass clippings, worm castings, wood ash, and dead plants.

Please join us in 2010 and be part of the single largest event where youth of all ages are making a difference all over the world. The documentary was presented during the Opening Night Kick-off, October 16, 2008 at the Edmondston-Alston House on the Battery.
Come see first hand the dramatic effects growing food and plants can have on children and families. With this, participants viewed the results in the form of colorful and edible flowers, vegetables, and herbs. Young people are spreading the word about the event and recruiting teams from their schools, clubs, etc.
We will join with Kiawah Nature Center for a week long earth week, Sunday through Saturday, APRIL 18th – 24th. The event will be celebrated all over the Tricounty area in April 2010, with a kickoff rally at North Charleston High School for those who want to attend.
The Children's Garden Project Documentary Tent you will find located on the map marked photography.
Also, once a month, throughout 2010, Earth Fare will go to a CACGP garden site (school, orphanage, housing project,etc) and bring with them an array of foods to share with the children of the garden. EarthFare will teach the children how to prepare a healthy snack while educating them on the nutrition value. After a summer of not tending the garden, and all the responsibilities a new school year brings to the teachers and staff, the school garden can look overwhelming. In alignment with this program, the Children' Garden Project, along with Joe Fields Farm is working with Mt. The volunteers were a group of students from the Bonner Leadership Program from the College of Charleston.

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