Dear friends of Garden To Table,

One good thing that has come as a result of the stay-at-home order is that we have more time for family dinners. Whether we're ordering from a local restaurant, heating something from the freezer, or cooking from scratch, gathering with loved ones around the table is a treasured pastime shared by families and friend groups around the world.

During this difficult time, Garden To Table is committed to using our resources and expertise to serve our community. To that end, we're growing vegetables and donating them to food banks to help meet the growing demand. If you find yourself in a position to give, you can help by donating to our Food For Families campaign. In appreciation, we'll send you our brand new Home Garden Resource Guide.

Equally important is our dedication to keeping school gardens thriving for students when they return to school in the fall. Schools will be wise to take advantage of these outdoor classrooms to minimize the spread of the virus and support the overall health of students going forward.

Please join us on May 5 in celebrating #GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of giving in response to the current situation. We can help make sure there's enough food on the table for everyone. You can donate here:

Thank you and stay well,

Lisa Atallah, Executive Director 
and the Garden To Table Team
Home Garden Resource Guide
Created by our Garden Director, Laurel Smith, this guide provides instructions and tips for growing the garden of your dreams. You'll benefit from our 13 years of experience in the school garden business as well as Laurel's 9 years of farming/gardening experience.

Thank you, Kelsey, and Congratulations!
We want to publicly thank Kelsey Leskinen for her dedication to our team this spring. Kelsey served as an intern with us as part of her coursework in Environmental Studies. She adapted quickly and enthusiastically to COVID-19 safety protocols and proved to be a responsible, independent worker. Kelsey brought thoughtfulness, precision, punctuality, intelligence, and positivity to her internship. We are so grateful for her contributions to our work and wish her congratulations as she graduates from CU-Boulder this spring.
Here is Kelsey sharing a quick update about our school gardens this spring.
Educational Resources
If you are inspired to begin a garden of your own or spend more time in nature, you are not alone. Gardens and nature will continue to bring nourishment and solace no matter what the future holds. Please follow us on Facebook where we are sharing tips and resources. For parents and teachers, we are sharing lesson plans to help with home learning. Our Home Garden Resource Guide is available to those making a donation in any amount to our Food For Families Campaign.
Thank you to our Sponsors:
Solstice Sponsors :   City of Boulder Human Services, The Golson Family Fund  
Harvest Sponsors:  The Kitchen Restaurant Group, Smith Family Fund
Blossom Sponsors:   Avery Brewery, Benjamin Family Foundation,  Boulder Community Foundation/Pledge 1% Colorado, Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation, Lily's Sweets, Lucky's Market, Plan Ahead Events
Sprout Sponsors:   Aurora Organic Dairy, Boulder Brands,  Boulder Food Group, Conscious Bay Company, GOCO NKJN, Green Family, Megna Family, Braughm Family,  Snooze, Tundra Restaurant Supply, The Tyler Rigg Foundation, Elevations Credit Union
Seed Sponsors:     Atallah Family, Barclay Family, Flagg Family, Holland & Hart, Ihnot Family, Shafton Family, Hefty Family, Dobbie Family, Goodson Family, JJJ Foundation, City of Lafayette