Life Lab

Life Lab cultivates children's love of learning, healthy food, and nature through garden-based education.



From the early days of the Garden Classroom there were always visions of offering programming for teens. “Food, What?!” has fulfilled that vision:
“FOOD, WHAT?!” is a youth empowerment program using food, through sustainable agriculture and health, as the vehicle for bringing about personal growth and transformation. We partner with teenage youth to grow, cook, eat and distribute healthy sustainably raised food. These revolutionary acts serve to empower youth to realize their full potentials, to enjoy life, and serve as grounds for hard skill and leadership development.

See photos, videos of events, and posts of what we are up to at http://www.foodwhatblog.blogspot.com/

In the Fall of 2008 News Channel 8 KSBW covered the “Food, What?!” Fall Harvest Festival, see the video: www.ksbw.com/video/17843746/index.html

From 2007-2008 1,000 teens from our region and across the nation have participated in “Food, What?!” programming.

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Life Lab 40th
Life Lab’s 40th Gala – Sunday, October 13th  Celebrate 40 years of bringing learning to life in gardens. Learn more  
Life Lab's 40th Gala
Life Lab provides truly inspiring training. Their breadth of experience, joy for teaching, and commitment to sharing knowledge highlight the best practices in food and garden education.
Erica CurryTraining and Professional Development ManagerFoodCorps
Thank you for such a wonderful field trip experience! Your leaders did such a great job at keeping our kids engaged.
Sheila BrickenKindergarten TeacherSan Lorenzo Valley Elementary
Terry had another awesome two weeks at Life Lab. I think he learns more there than in any other part of his year. School is great, but he’s passionate (and often dogmatic) about what he learns there.
Tara NeierCamp ParentSummer camp mom
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