Our Norwegian partner has produced four written case studies which you will find in this section.

Bee Keeping

Bees are vitally important friends who pollinate our plants and the food we eat. They should be respected as extremely important organisms, that should be cared for to a much larger degree than we currently do today. Without the bees, the food on our tables would be extremely limited as around one third of our most common food products are dependent upon direct or indirect pollination by bees and other insects.

To read the full case study, click HERE

Spring Plant Market

Each year the 6th grade class of the Waldorf School in Oslogrow plants for a market that is held every spring. The experience of putting tiny seeds into the soil and then carefully cultivating them is an important experience for many young children. It is even more exciting when the growing leads to selling the plants and earning money.

To read the full case study, click HERE

Rolling Garden

Many city schools are limited with the amount of growing space they have for a garden and the soil they have is often in poor quality. However, this should not stop them from improving the soil and using it to grow a garden! As a tool to help schools get started with growing, teachers from seven Oslo schools learnt how to build a garden on wheels for their outdoor spaces.

To read the full case study, click HERE

Study Seeds

The project focuses on high school students learning about seeds and growing. Through the project, the students have encountered seeds in many ways throughout school: By sowing and collecting seeds in the school garden, by counting the seeds plants during the agricultural unit, by cooking with seeds in the school kitchen and by analysing seeds in food chemistry.

To read the full case study, click HERE

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