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Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students After School Program (BUGS)
 
 
The Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students (BUGS) Program works with children from under-served Baltimore City communities throughout the year with an after-school program as well as a summer program. The program's primary goal is to empower and inspire our children to develop academically, creatively, and socially.
The BUGS program serves students from Commodore John Rodgers Elementary and Middle School in East Baltimore. Many of our students reside in public housing and low-income neighborhoods near the Baltimore City Detention Center. These students have little access to green space and few extra-curricular activities available to them. The program engages youth in learning while providing them with a safe and healthy alternative to the streets.
BUGS is a national model program that uses activities such as cooking, gardening, creative arts and movement, and entrepreneurial projects to help increase academic performance in reading and math and improve student behavior. The program provides a dynamic learning environment at Living Classrooms East Harbor campus, with access to vegetable and flower gardens planted by the students, and the only wetlands on Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Our 1:10 instructor/student ratio provides youth with the close attention they need to succeed socially and academically.
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Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students After School Program (BUGS)
802 S. Caroline Street
Baltimore, MD 21231

News

  • BUGS After School Program Students Featured on The Suzanne Show

    Students in Living Classrooms' BUGS (Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students) After School Program were featured on The Suzanne Show with Chef Jerry Pellegrino of Waterfront Kitchen and Suzanne Somers! Click link to watch the video....

  • BUGS Featured in Food Tank

    10 Baltimore Urban Agriculture Projects You Should Know About Baltimore has a rich history of urban agriculture dating back to the 1890s. In 2013, the Baltimore Office of Sustainability formally adopted an urban agriculture plan, and the city has been instrumental in backing a number of agriculture projects. Food Tank has highlighted 10 Baltimore u...

  • sweetgreen to donate 100% of Opening Day proceeds to Living Classrooms Foundation

    November 16 opening to benefit Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students BALTIMORE (November 4, 2015) - On November 16, sweetgreen, a destination for simple, seasonal, healthy food, will open its first Baltimore location in Harbor East. To celebrate Opening Day, the seasonal kitchen will donate 100% of proceeds on November 16th to Baltimore's ...

  • Students from East Baltimore Host Urban Farmers' Market

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Algernon J. Campbell 410-685-0295 Ext. 249 acampbell@livingclassrooms.org STUDENTS FROM EAST BALTIMORE HOST URBAN FARMERS' MARKET Students Highlight Skills During the 20th Annual BUGS Farmers' Market, a 100% Kid-Run Event WHAT: The 60 members of Living Classrooms Foundation's Baltimore Urban Gar...

Events

  • BUGS Farmers' Market

    When: Saturday, April 29, 2017 Where: 802 S. Caroline Street, Baltimore, MD 21231 Living Classrooms' BUGS (Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students) after-school program hosts its 21st annual Farmers' Market to celebrate the hard work of our students and showcase their handcrafted goods. Come support our students at this entirely kid-r...

802 S. Caroline Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
410-685-0295
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