Through the Interfaith Food Bank Learning Garden, families learn how to grow their own food and the basics that come with starting a garden. This in turn promotes a healthy lifestyle and gives people in low income situations a cost effective means for providing their own food security at home. By learning to care for living things, community members learn how to grow their own food and build relationships with others while also gaining an understanding of the need for proper nourishment. Did you know that they also have “Learn & Grow Activity Totes” that make your field trips easy as pie! The totes includes a curriculum that is connected to lesson plans, materials and other tools necessary for educators and volunteers to lead the interactive education activities in the garden.