The Spring 2022 Season welcomes back a competitor from two years ago.
Stokesdale Elementary based in Stokesdale, NC, LOT 2540 out of Mayodan, NC, Pleasant Garden Elementary in Pleasant Garden, NC, and Noble Academy from Greensboro, NC will spend the next few months vying for the title of the best classroom farmers.
We’ll post the spring (April-June) results in mid-July.
If you’d like your class to take part in the upcoming Summer or Fall Season, check out our Food Growing League page for details and you can sign up here.
Here are the two finalist schools for the Winter Season ReBuildUp Championship competing to see who did the most with their Kale, Swiss Chard, and Sunflower seeds. To sign up your class up to take part in a future season, visit our Food Growing League page for details.
ReBuildUp turns 8 today and to celebrate we’ll be making available instructions on how students can make up to four new Portable Garden styles to grow more with less effort inside their homes.
As always, thank you to those who’ve helped us in the past, help us now in the present, and to those who will help us in the future.
The Winter 2022 Season is now underway featuring the top two competitors from the previous Fall 2021 Season.
We’ll post the winter (January-March) results for LOT 2540 out of Mayodan, NC and Stokesdale Elementary based in Stokesdale, NC in mid-April. Stay Tuned!
And if you’d like your class to take part in the upcoming Spring Season, check out our Food Growing League page for details and you can sign up here.
Here are the two finalist schools for the Fall Season ReBuildUp Championship. To sign up your class to take part in a future season, visit our Food Growing League page for details.
The Fall Season (Oct-Dec) is now officially underway.
Competition regular Stokesdale Elementary is joined by Noble Academy (Greensboro) along with the for the first time a class of adults using our ReBuildUp Home & Class Kit over at L.O.T. 2540 in Mayodan, NC.
They’ll all compete in one or more of the following: Food Growing League, GrowBuck League, and League of Solutions.
Interested schools (and now adult classes, too) looking to join the Winter Season of the ReBuildUp Leagues can contact us for details.
It’s time for the Spring Season (April-June) of the ReBuildUp Leagues: Food Growing League, GrowBuck League, and League of Solutions.
Like the Winter Season, newcomers will compete using the Starter Kit while those returning for a new season will use the Spring Kit.
We welcome back Stokesdale Elementary, Leesville Road Middle who signed up for the Winter Season, but had to drop out due to schedule issues, and Cone Elementary who returns for their fifth year in the League. Interested schools not currently in the League can contact us for details.
Check out ReBuildUp’s Virtual Booth at the 2021 NCAFCS Spring Conference today and tomorrow.
We’ll be sharing details about our upcoming Spring Season, new way to help classrooms fundraise faster, and more.