Seaforth Public School kitchen garden is an AAEE award winning learning space for K-6 students. The Science curriculum is taught outside. Learning happens IN the environment ABOUT the environment and FOR the environment. Sustainability is the key to this established edible garden. The students learn ways of rethinking, reducing, reusing and recycling from seed collecting to harvesting to sharing the food together as part of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Program. A successful school / community composting and worm farm system is showcased. For over 10 years this garden has grown many different edible plants tended to by students and community members. Orchard plants, banana groves, wicking beds, traditional vegie beds, coffee, dragon fruit, herb garden and some unusual plants like yacon and ice-cream bean tree. Importantly the garden celebrates the diverse culture of Indigenous bush foods, many endemic to the Sydney area such as Native Rasberry, Fingerlime, Pigface, Dianella, Lemon Myrtle and River Mint. Seaforth garden also hosts a diversity of pollinators like native stingless bees, blue banded bees and many invertebrates. Chickens live in the hen house and the brush turkeys visit after hours.