If you are involved in any way in a school garden in San Francisco, and it needs resources, there are lots of opportunities available. I wrote about some of them in my SF Chronicle column on September 5th, which you can read at www.sfgate.com. You may also want to go to the program: Kids in Gardens: School Gardening, Saturday, September 15th, 10AM to Noon. It is being held at the Garden For the Environment, at 7th Avenue and Lawton, and is cosponsored by the San Francisco Green Schoolyard Alliance. You will get ideas for building the garden, integrating it into the school, or improving it and will leave with a packet of activities that relate the garden to various school subjects. Learn about resources you can tap into. It costs $15, kids free, preregistration required. You can read about this workshop and about the GFE at their website www.gardenfortheenvironment.org. Click on the events tab to find information. Or you can call them at (415) 731-5627. Get those kids out in the garden! It is good for them.