Our Delivery Partners

Little Green Thumbs is delivered locally by a network of regional non-profit and educational organizations. This collective network helps us mobilize knowledge and skills, and inspires on-going innovation in the Little Green Thumbs program. We are grateful for such dynamic partners, who are bringing learning to life for thousands of students across Canada!


Host Organization: Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan

Coordinator: Greg Torwalt

Contact: littlegreenthumbs@aitc.sk.ca


Host Organization: Agriculture in the Classroom Manitoba

Coordinator: Kira Rowat

Contact: kira@aitc.mb.ca


Host Organization: Agriculture in the Classroom Newfoundland

Coordinator: Maureen Foley

Contact: maureen@nlfa.ca

Calgary, AB

Host Organization: Inside Education

Coordinator: Julie Fisher

Contact: jfisher@insideeducation.ca

Edmonton, AB

Host Organization: Sustainable Food Edmonton

Coordinator: Claudia Bolli

Contact: lgtcoordinator@sustainablefoodedmonton.org

High Prairie, AB

Host Organization: Lesser Slave Watershed Council

Coordinator: Kate Lovsin

Contact: coordinator@lswc.ca

Nova Scotia

Host Organization: Agriculture in the Classroom Nova Scotia

Coordinator: Dawn Barrington-Hodgson

Contact: ag.education@novascotia.ca

Bonnyville, Cold Lake & Region, AB

Host Organization: Lakeland Industry & Community Association (LICA)

Coordinator: Lisa Ratte & Mason Unrau

Contact: outreach@lica.ca

Stony Plain, AB

Coordinators: Leanne Weatherald & Shauna Dalwood

Contact: lgtmulti@gmail.com


Host Organization: Agriculture in the Classroom PEI

Contact: info@peiagsc.ca

New Brunswick

Host Organization: Agriculture in the Classroom New Brunswick

Coordinator: Emilie McBride

Contact: coordinator@fermenbfarm.ca

Our Funders

We are thrilled with the support of diverse and community-minded funding partners, without whom Little Green Thumbs gardens would not grow. We extend our most sincere appreciation for our national, provincial and regional partners, and the relationships of respect, encouragement and passion which characterize them.

Thank you to our National Funding Partner, Nutrien

“Little Green Thumbs is more than just gardening. It’s about fostering healthy eating habits and challenging students to think about world food sustainability.”

– Lindsey Verhaeghe, Nutrien

Would you like to support our work?

Want to help make learning come alive for thousands of students across Canada? Donate or contact us for additional sponsorship opportunities.