deadline: May 20, 2010.
award: One winning school will be selected as the Yes To Carrots Garden Challenge winner, and will receive (a) a Yes To Carrots Seed Fund Grant in the amount of $5,000 (b) a one-year gift of gardening supplies from the Kellogg Foundation (c) a dedicated message and gift from personalized ‘Garden Ambassador’ Emmanuelle Chriqui
eligible projects: This contest is open to public schools in the United States that teach Kindergarten through 8th grade students (or any subset of these). The school must have a demonstrated commitment to school gardening, and have an individual who is the project champion or lead. We will consider schools who want to build a new school garden, as well as schools who want to revamp an existing school garden.