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Wow. We’re honored!

January 8, 2018

Awww. Thanks for naming us Top Tomatoes. We couldn't have done it without the whole community cooking and gardening alongside!

Awww. Thanks for naming us Top Tomatoes. We couldn’t have done it without the whole community cooking and gardening alongside!

Kirsten Cluver, an associate chemist at Church & Dwight, Co., Inc., presented the Princeton School Gardens Cooperative an $8,000 check from the company's Employee Giving Fund. The funds will be distributed equally among the PTO boards of the four elementary schools to be used for edible garden education during the 2015-2016 school year. The Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund is a workplace giving fund which was established in 2005 to meet the desires of employees to actively support and participate in the good works of not-for-profit organizations. For more information on the fund, click on the photo.

Kirsten Cluver, an associate chemist at Church & Dwight, Co., Inc., presented the Princeton School Gardens Cooperative an $8,000 check from the company’s Employee Giving Fund. The funds will be distributed equally among the PTO boards of the four elementary schools to be used for edible garden education during the 2015-2016 school year. The Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund is a workplace giving fund which was established in 2005 to meet the desires of employees to actively support and participate in the good works of not-for-profit organizations. For more information on the fund, click on the photo.

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The Princeton Packet wrote a piece about NJDA Secretary Doug Fisher’s visit to Community Park School in celebration of Garden State on Your Plate. On the day of the visit, our program featured broccoli leaves grown by Farmer Jess Niederer of Chickadee Creek Farm and Princeton University chefs. For more information on how Garden State on Your Plate began, click here.