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Northview Learning Garden


northviewThe Northview Learning Garden gives children a hands-on experience with nature. The outdoor classroom allows teachers to lead their K-6 curriculum outside, conducting art projects and science lessons. With native plants and stones of the Flint Hills eco-region, students will gain knowledge and be grateful for a 'sense of place' in the Flint Hills.




Katie Kingery-Page, 785-532-5371, kkp@ksu.edu

Program Partners:

USD 383 Northview Elementary School in Manhattan, KS

Institutional Impact Area(s):

K-State Dept. of Landscape Architecture/Regional and Community Planning; UFM Community Learning Center; Center for Engagement and Community Development; K-State Dept. of Horticulture and Forestry and Recreation Resources; K-State Research and Extension


Kansas elementary schools and students


Education, Pre-Kindergarten through 12th Grade; Food and Fiber Production and Safety; College of Agriculture; College of Architecture, Planning and Design; K-State Research and Extension