Incredible Edible aims to encourage our children to understand the importance of growing and sustaining the places they live.
Here is a range of information from free resources, training courses, to help you adopt the Incredible Edible Learning Plate.
The Royal Horticultural Society has a wealth of resources to get kids outside and growing.
It also has:
An array of information for children and periodical offers of free trees.
The Potato Council
Register your school to receive a free potato growing kit, supporting lesson plans and worksheets.
There are also stack of resources for schools and garden clubs.
The Tree Council
If you are a school or community group, you could benefit from the Tree Council's grants for fruit trees.
This grant fund is open to all UK Schools and Community Groups providing that children aged sixteen or under are involved in the planting or related educational activities.
The Conservation Foundation
The Conservation Foundation's tools for schools recycling project, run in association with HM Prisons, has given away thousands of tools, given new skills to prisoners and saved tonnes of waste.Tools are available free to school and community gardens in the areas surrounding the prisons where it works.
The Great Food Journey
Join the journey from farm to plate with Birds Eye with free pea seed packets for pupils in your school to start growing. There is also entry into prize draw to win £150 worth of gardening equipment,
Now in its 7th year, the campaign has already given over £14 million pounds worth of gardening equipment to schools. Register your school to become part of their campaign and find out how to collect Morrisons Let's Grow vouchers.
Trees for Schools
The Tree Appeal offers schools the chance of free trees if the planting is linked to environmental education.
UK Oak Doors
UK Oak Doors is supporting the development of schools' outdoor nature reserves and wildlife areas by offering free trees for schools, colleges & universities to plant!