EARTHBITES

EAT . GROW . LEARN

OUR SCHOOL

GARDEN BLOG

OUR SCHOOL GARDEN BLOG

WINTER

Kale Chips

Easy Kale Chips Recipe

Britte and Becca from our Earthbites team were at Lord Kitchener Elementary  teaching the Preserve the Harvest module and preparing ...
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SPRING

Planting Spring Greens

Planting Spring Greens

Written by Pablo Vimos - an Earthbites Facilitator How do you know Spring has come? Everything is so green again! Let's ...
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SUMMER

Cabbage

Planting Your Winter Garden

Written by Pablo Vimos - an Earthbites Facilitator Fall is around the corner, and it is time to start cultivating vegetables ...
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FALL

Planting Garlic

Planting Garlic

While many people are busy planting their fall bulbs for spring, like tulips or daffodils, we've been busy putting our ...
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SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS & WORKSHOPS

SCHOOL

PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS

We  offer year round school partnerships in the Vancouver area.

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SCHOOL & COMMUNITY

WORKSHOPS

Perfect to explore urban gardening, foraging and nutrition.

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EDUCATOR

WORKSHOPS

Seasonal workshops supporting educators utilize their garden space.

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ABOUT US

EarthBites support schools in managing their school gardens and hold engaging workshops where teachers and students discover how to grow and eat with the seasons.

What makes Earthbites unique is our diverse knowledgeable team of facilitators, with backgrounds in urban gardening, permaculture, nutrition and entrepreneurship.

Our workshops are integrated with the evolved BC cirriculum allowing students and teachers to explore how to:

  • Grow and harvest spring, summer and fall vegetables, fruits and herbs,
  • Forage edible plants to create teas, salads, salves and soaps
  • Create seasonal nutritional snacks featuring produce from the school garden
  • Lead seasonal school markets

THE ROOT OF IT ALL

Earthbites, a not-for-profit, was created with the mission to “connect kids with their food”  by the founders of Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. –  Suzanne and Dominic Fielden.

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School Harvest

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