• Project EAT Services


    Youth-powered strategies that activate young people

    Garden Mentorship Program

    • Capacity-building model for school districts to train high school interns to lead garden-based health lessons for elementary school children.

    Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR)

    • Support for adult allies to guide youth-led action research projects aimed at creating food and physical activity policies, systems, and environmental changes in their communities. Visit the San Lorenzo Project EAT website.

    For more information, visit the Project EAT website


     

    Youth-serving strategies that educate youth

    Harvest of the Month

    • An elementary school curriculum for the California Department of Public Health’s Harvest of the Month program that promotes fruit and vegetable consumption while integrating Common Core Standards.

    Physical Education

    • Curriculum, professional development, and equipment for participating schools; cooking classes for families; wellness policy support in collaboration with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation; after-school programming; and community engagement (Food & Fitness Festivals).

    Agriculture Science Course

    • ROP course at Tennyson High School

     

    Community Building

    Community Gardens

    • Support for the creation of two community gardens at Tennyson High School and Paradise Garden in San Lorenzo

    Fresh Productions

    • Intern-led enterprise for produce sales to area community members and businesses 

     

    Professional Development

    Youth Development

    • Building Healthy Communities, How to be a Strong Adult Ally, Youth Participatory Action Research

    Physical Education

    Gardening

    • Garden educator and community garden workshops

    Nutrition Education

    • Healthy Celebrations, Food and Fitness Festivals, Harvest of the Month, Healthy Snack Attack Creative Cooking Challenge
  • Contact

    Chris Boynton Chris Boynton, Ed.D.
    Executive Director, Project EAT, Project Pathways
    (510) 670-4544
    cboynton@acoe.org