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EduCulture serves schools and communities in the Puget Sound region and beyond through locally grown educational experiences that honor region’s unique heritage and living culture. We utilize our community as curriculum to foster scholarship, stewardship, citizenship, and sustainability.

Our edible education programs bridge local farms, gardens, classrooms, and lunchrooms.  In the process, we are contributing to the preservation of local sustainable agriculture, nurturing farm stewardship and food citizenship, and inspiring young people to become co-producers in their food communities.

We work to connect place and taste with where we eat, live and learn.

Our Only What We Can Carry project leads heritage education programs that bear witness to our Island’s unique history with exclusion, inclusion, citizenship and community.

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Leadership in Edible Education Certificate Program
Open Houses & Alumni Socials
Wednesday, August 23, 6:30-8:30p, Antioch University Seattle
Thursday, September 7, 5:30-7:30p, EduCulture, Bainbridge Island
 Share food stories  Talk with Program Directors  Meet program graduates  Visit field class sites  Learn more about this unique program 

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 Now Taking Applications for our
2017-2018 Leadership in Edible Education Certificate Program
Starting Fall Quarter

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Sign up for our Fall Course
Education Towards Food, Citizenship and Community
October-December, 2017
Field Classes Across the Central Puget Sound Food Community

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