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21 September 2012

Back to School (and Garden Learning)



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Earth Day 2022

We are Proud to Partner with Gardens Canada to Celebrate "Year of the Garden"


April Newsletter 2022

Soil Conservation Week 2022. Let’s celebrate the soil beneath our feet.


March Newsletter 2022

Celebrating World Water Day with a brand-new resource


February Newsletter 2022

- 2022 Agriculture Day
- Bringing Light to Stem Research
- Scotts Canada Gro for Good grants
- NFL Learning Gardens Grants


November Newsletter 2021

- Recordings of Climate Smart Agriculture Virtual Youth Summit 2021
- Bringing Light to Stem Research
- Soil Science Box Impact Report
- Spotlight on Fruit and Vegetable growers
- Virtual Class Visits
- Information available in French


October Newsletter 2021

- Welcome Back
- Bulbs to blooms program
- Ag Professional Toolboxes
- Climate Smart Agriculture Summit
- Soil Science Explore Boxes
- Spotlight on Fruit and Vegetable Growers


September Newsletter 2021

- Climate Smart Agriculture Virtual Youth Summit 2021
- Nutrients for Life Canada is hosting a Global Fertilizer Day for High School students
- Learn how agricultural practices are helping to combat climate change.


June Newsletter 2021

Wishing educators a wonderful summer break! Also in this issue:

- Bulbs to Blooms Winner Announced
- The International Year of Fruits and Vegetables
- Award at this year's Canada Wide Science Virtual Fair.
- Register your school garden for "Hope is Growing"


May Newsletter 2021

News from the foundation.


Happy Earth Day 2021

We are celebrating Earth Day with a School Garden Seed Giveaway!


March 2021 Newsletter

News from the foundation.


Soil Science Explore Boxes – March 2021

Help us celebrate National Soil Conservation Week, April 18th - 24th, and give a middle school or high school classroom a chance to dig into soil science!


Great Things Are Growing

In 2019 the Churchill Northern Studies Centre received a Nutrients for Life Learning Grant to help spread the knowledge of their “Rocket Greens” program to schools in the Polar Bear capital of the world! They have now grown over 40,000 "Rocket Greens" providing community members, restaurants, and local grocery stores with subarctic greens. The ability to grow and provide nutritious greens for their community is truly an amazing story that needs to be shared.


Welcome Back to School

Welcome back to the classroom! We have missed working with you and look forward to a great school year. We are working hard to provide some brand new resources and we will be providing live online events for teachers and classrooms.


June Newsletter

News from the foundation.

As the school year wraps up, the staff at Nutrients for Life could never have imagined it would end like this. The past few months have been challenging and filled with so much uncertainty.


Great Canadian Giving Challenge

Support us through these challenging times. Help us win $20,000.

Your support will help more Canadian students learn how to garden. School gardens help educate about food production, food and water security and what it takes to feed the world from the soil up!


Earth Day Seed Giveaway

To celebrate Earth Day, we are mailing packages of bean seeds to families. This is an opportune time to spend some quality time outside, with your hands in the soil, planting and growing with your family! Gardening has many positive benefits, so give it try this year!


April 2020 newsletter

We miss being in the classrooms and attending events with great educators and students during this unprecedented time. We have been busy adapting our resources to make them easy to download and share with your fellow educators, parents, and students.


March 2020 newsletter

News from the Foundation


Fall 2019 newsletter

Fall is upon us, and school has been back in for a couple of months. Nutrients for Life Foundation Canada (NFL) has been very busy over the last couple of months! We have some new resources to share and an update on the happenings with the foundation.


June 2019 newsletter

The school year is quickly wrapping up. The Foundation has been busy this spring from coast to coast!


January 2019 newsletter

Happy 2019!