Attendees will receive a Portable Garden kit to grow in class this fall. Limit 20 attendees per session. The Portable Garden is part of ReBuildUp’s Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) that shows students how to grow vegetables, fruits, herbs, & spices in class or at home using every day materials like water bottles.
Both our first session from 1:00-1:50pm and our second session 2:00-2:50pm will be held in the Meadowbrook Room. Attendees will learn how to setup, harvest, and clean their Portable Garden.
Learn more about bringing the CFMP to your School here.
We made a lot of great connections at this year’s 99th North Carolina Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Convention at Johnson & Wales University in Downtown Charlotte March 3rd-4th. We look forward to working with everyone on setting up Classroom to Food Market Pipeline’s in their community.
Another picture of our booth on the first day.
Booth moved up to the 4th floor on the second day.
125 Bottle Growers about to be given out to FCS teachers at the end of the ceremony.
Teachers picking up their Bottle Growers with Sweet Basil seeds already in them.
ReBuildUp will be at the North Carolina Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Convention March 2nd-4th at Johnson & Wales University in Downtown Charlotte.
Stop by to learn more about our Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) and receive a free Bottle Grower at the end of the Convention.
Economy, Jr. was demo’d for the first time for North Carolina Teachers on Thursday, August 7th at the 5th Annual Jumpstart Convention in Charlotte, NC put on by the North Carolina Council on Economic Education (NCCEE). Thanks for putting on a great convention! Here are the pictures: