We believe that when kids start gardening, all kinds of good things happen. Gardening benefits kids in a variety of ways:
1. Research has shown that over 90% of kids who grow their own vegetables will eat them. 2. Gardening teaches kids responsibility and reliability. 3. Gardening improves delayed gratification skills for young children. 4. Keeping fit is a lot easier when you're outside and active in the garden. 5. When you grow your own food, you can make sure that no chemicals are used. 6. Working outside is the best way to get Vitamin D from the sun. 7. Research shows that working in the soil exposes kids to healthy microbes that improve the immune system and lead to lower levels of stress, asthma, and allergies. 8. Gardening has been proven to benefit special needs kids.