School Network

Grow some good.

Maui Farm to School

Since 2008, Grow Some Good has provided school garden programming and now supports over 7,000 students each year. School Gardens are a key resource for learning, engaging with nature, and instilling healthy habits.

Supported Schools

We provide materials, staffing support and workdays though service relationships, grants and our volunteer program. Yearly agreements are established with each school to ensure consistent results and educational experience.

  • Kihei Elementary
  • Wailuku Elementary
  • Princess Nāhiʻenaʻena Elementary
  • Makawao Elementary
  • Pukalani Elementary
  • Waihe’e Elementary
  • Maunaloa Elementary, Molokaʻi

Self Sustaining Schools

Grow Some Good helps schools hire qualified and highly educated garden teachers, share our network resources, and provide education enhancement and professional development opportunities.

  • Lokelani Intermediate
  • Puʻu Kukui Elementary
  • Kamehameha Schools Maui
  • Hʻāiku Elementary
  • Hāna School
  • Montessori School of Maui
  • Lahaina Intermediate
  • Lahainaluna High
  • Maui High
  • King Kamehameha III Elementary
  • King Kekaulike High
  • Pāʻia Elementary
  • Baldwin High
  • Carden Academy
  • Kihei Charter School
  • Pōmaikaʻi Elementary

Network / Starter Schools

We offer these schools our network resources and support to grow their program. Some schools have gardens run by just a teacher or two; others have had a program in the past but do not at this time.

  • Kula Elementary
  • Kamali’i Elementary
  • Kahului Elementary
  • Iao Intermediate
  • Lanai School
  • Lihikai Elementary
  • Haleakala Waldorf
  • Kalama Intermediate
  • Maui Waena Intermediate
  • St. Anthony Grade School
  • Seabury Hall Middle School
  • Maui Adventist School
  • Emmanuel Lutheran
  • Maui Preparatory Academy
  • Roots School
New Garden Sprouts at Kahului Elementary

New Garden Sprouts at Kahului Elementary

A new edible classroom at Kahului Elementary School has sprouted from the passion, enthusiasm and collaboration of an awe-inspiring group of educators and volunteers. First grade teachers attended a recent school garden tour and turned their inspiration into action....

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Food Economics: Where in the World… and Why?

The harvest stage of a school garden provides an ideal setting to observe interdependence of producers and consumers: harvesting food in the garden vs. buying produce in a store or a restaurant.  This is when Social Studies benchmarks can be supported in the garden...

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SOS: Saving Our Seeds for a Sustainable Future

SOS: Saving Our Seeds for a Sustainable Future

In the final months of school, garden lessons turn to a continuation of the life cycle with 'Saving Our Seeds' workshops at all grade levels. This exercise connects students to sustainable practices that preserve their favorite plants, ensure food security and support...

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Sept. 22 Workshops: Youth Gardens as Classrooms

Sept. 22 Workshops: Youth Gardens as Classrooms

Home Gardening Support Network, Maui School Garden Network, Community Work Day and Grow Some Good are pleased to announce a Youth Gardening Workshop to make school garden information and experiences more accessible to teachers, volunteers and others who work with...

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Seaweed Lesson and Use in the Garden

Seaweed Lesson and Use in the Garden

The following is a synopsis of seaweed lessons and materials used for YMCA classes (mixed ages). Goal: Give students a understanding of the value of seaweed and it's importance in our Hawaiian economy and culture. Time: 30 minutes Basic Plan: 1) Gather students in...

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