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Traveling Basil (Part 1)

Traveling Basil (Part 1)

One of the best things about Charleston is its sense of community. This is particularly true in the “foodie” community, among the people who grow, prepare, serve and of course, eat the delicious food that our city has to offer! This is the first post in a multi-part installment, following the journey of one of […]

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On July 28, 2017
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Green Heart Beloved Community #BlackHistoryMonth

Green Heart Beloved Community #BlackHistoryMonth

It is the unique smiles and green-hearted passion of our volunteers, sponsors, partners, and students that make the Green Heart Project so special. Without a range of colors, herbs, and flavors, no garden would be as full and vibrant as our school gardens and community have grown to be! We really are lucky to foster such an interconnected […]

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On February 17, 2017
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What’s Cooking this February? Cooking Matters!

What’s Cooking this February? Cooking Matters!

At the Green Heart Project our mission is to connect students to healthy food – whether that be through the garden classroom or the kitchen classroom.  We believe that cooking is just love made visible– and our big green hearts are filled with excitement to start serving up goodness in the kitchen this February! Thanks to a generous […]

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On February 6, 2017
In Cooking, Sponsors, Uncategorized

A Collective Day of Caring

A Collective Day of Caring

Wow! Yet another thing to add to our list of things to be thankful for this past month – the 60 amazing volunteers that came out on Friday, November 18th for Trident United Way’s Day of Caring. A 15 year tradition in the Lowcountry, Trident United Way’s Day of Caring has been bringing together hundreds […]

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On December 5, 2016
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Green Heart Highlight: Our Awesome Allie

Green Heart Highlight: Our Awesome Allie

Last week, Green Heart students taste-tested their way through the parts of a plant: they munched on a stem (cinnamon), a fruit (okra), a root (beets), and seeds (chocolate, made from cacao seeds). And next week, the kiddos will meet, greet, and team with the Compost Rangers—basically the Power Rangers of the local compost scene—to […]

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On December 5, 2016
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