Ozarks at Large October 26, 2017 Apple Seeds Opens New Teaching Kitchen Apple Seeds began 12 years ago as a program initiated by Ozark Natural Foods. The program has grown into a nonprofit organization that now provides school garden education to thousands of Northwest Arkansas students. In 2014, the group broke ground on a teaching farm […]
Univision Arkansas September 29, 2017 Apple Seeds Cooks in the Schools Arkansas Univision visits a local school participating in Apple Seeds’ Cooking in the School program. The program, supported by The Walmart Foundation and The Clorox Company Foundation, raises awareness in the next generation about how to cook and eat healthy. Una organización local está creando conciencia […]
Apple Seeds Improves Student Access to Nutrition Education and Fresh Produce by Cooking in the Schools
MEDIA ALERT September 25, 2017 For Immediate Release FAYETTEVILLE, AR – Apple Seeds, a local education non-profit, is partnering with NWA schools to host Cooking In the Schools, a series of cooking classes hosted in local schools. These cooking classes are designed to build familiarity with vegetables and encourage fun in the kitchen. Some of […]
Channel 5NewsApril 3, 2017Apple Seeds Teaches Kids to Grow Co-Directors Mary Thompson and Kyra Ramsey recently sat down with Channel 5News Anchor Brian Shawver to share Apple Seeds work in the community. Watch it!
It’s clear that 2016 was a transformational year. A year of tremendous growth, community support and new opportunity. We hope you enjoy a look back on a very fulfilling year! Our 2016 Annual Report is a fun read!
Ozarks at LargeSeptember 28, 2016Teaching Farm Eyes Expansion By next spring, the Apple Seeds Teaching Farm will be located on two acres of land at Gulley Park in Fayetteville. Local residents can tour the site Saturday during the third annual Evening at the Farm dinner. The fundraiser will feature cocktails and a five-course meal prepared by local […]
What a year 2015 was! A year of growth. A year of many firsts. And a year filled with supporters who made it all possible. Enjoy Apple Seeds’ 2015 Annual Report. It’s a happy read.
NEWS RELEASE January 20, 2016 For Immediate Release FAYETTEVILLE, AR – The Walmart Foundation provided Apple Seeds, a local education non-profit, with funds to support its school garden educational programs. Through the grant, Apple Seeds will provide garden leaders with the support they need to develop their gardens and inspire their students to grow and […]
40/29’s School Garden Spotlight for January is live. This month it’s all about Root Elementary School in Fayetteville.Read more.40/29, Nature’s Path and Apple Seeds are proud to recognize Root Elementary.
Group taking healthy ideas to new home Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Monday, November 9 By Dan Holtmeyer EXCERPT FAYETTEVILLE — A nonprofit group that aims to get schoolkids and their families more interested in healthful food and healthy living will move to a larger home in Gulley Park and significantly expand its programs under a […]