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Takaho Taniguchi and Rie Akamatsu

://www.locavores.com/ >. National Gardening Association 2007 Evaluation summary 20 Apr. 2010. < http://www.kidsgardening.com/grants/2007-evaluation-summary.asp >. Parmer, S.M. Salisbury-Glennon, J. Shannon, D. Struempler, B. 2009 School gardens: An experiential learning approach

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Kent D. Kobayashi, Theodore J.K. Radovich, and Brooke E. Moreno

aware of the student farm and become supporters of it. Students are working hard with faculty and staff to establish a new community and tool for experiential learning. The flexibility built into the student farm allows students to incorporate their own

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Susan Barton, Jules Bruck, and Chad Nelson

Architecture 96 90 94 Montrose, L. 2002 International study and experiential learning: The academic context Frontiers (Boulder) 8 1 15 Pyle, R.M. 1993 The thunder tree: Lessons from an urban wildland Lyons Press New York Sullivan, C. 2004 Drawing the landscape

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William J. Sciarappa, Vivian Quinn, and Daniel L. Ward

horticulture were offered as choices in class assignments. Independent experiential learning via travel to farm, garden, and greenhouse sites as well as community-supported agriculture operations was offered to all classes equally. Online students were allowed

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Mary Hockenberry Meyer and David Michener

for the community into the university ( Socolofsky and Burke, 2007 ); serve specific research, teaching, and experiential learning functions ( Lewis and Affolter, 1999 ); become a living classroom ( Scoggins, 2010 ); and increase recognition among

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Lauren C. Garner

Experiential Educ Raleigh, NC Knauft, D. Berle, D. Scott, A. Oliver, S. 2008 Service learning in horticulture: What we've learned HortScience 43 604 605 (abstr.). Lavis, C. Brannon, L. 2010 An experiential learning activity in a landscape irrigation

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Geno A. Picchioni, Jagtar Singh, John G. Mexal, and Ryan M. Goss

, can fit within a 1-month time frame, has reasonable expectations of students, and emphasizes experiential learning. Other than an electronic balance and routine instructional equipment, the activity is inexpensive and should involve commercial nursery

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Eric T. Stafne and Kathleen D. Kelsey

effect through education, training, experiential learning, and creating networking opportunities for students. They also increase the pool of trained labor and support the efforts of entrepreneurs wishing to open their own winery or vineyard business. The

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Gail A. Langellotto and Abha Gupta

-2008. 12 June 2012. < http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/hestat/obesity_child_07_08/obesity_child_07_08.htm > Parmer, S.M. Salisbury-Glennon, J. Shannon, D. Struempler, B. 2009 School gardens: An experiential learning approach for a nutrition education program

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Karly S. Geller, Margaret J. Melbye, Richard R. Rosenkranz, Candice Shoemaker, and David A. Dzewaltowski

obesity and trends in body mass index among US children and adolescents, 1999-2010 J. Amer. Dietetic Assn. 307 5 483 490 Parmer, S.M. Salisbury-Glennon, J. Shannon, D. Struempler, B. 2009 School gardens: An experiential learning approach for a nutrition