Seed to Harvest

Where Education Grows!
The Seed to Harvest school garden project helps children become healthy adults who eat their fruit and vegetables, know the basics of growing food, and contribute to a thriving community.

Founded in 2012 by Bennett-Hemenway parents (Kathy Cappellano and Maureen McMahon), the Seed to Harvest garden is an outdoor classroom for our students.  It boasts 10 raised planter beds that grow fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers all season long.

The garden is maintained through the efforts of students, parents and Natick community members.  Everyone is invited to get involved.

For more information about the garden, please contact us at:

2019-2020 Seed to Harvest Board
Co-Chair: Krissy Fernandes
Co-Chair: OPEN

Learn more about our program!  The links below contain loads of details about the grade-level lessons, the layout of our garden, and more.  Also, check us out on social media!  We post updates and pictures on a regular basis throughout the growing season.