Two presentations from Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation and University of Canberra. Bethanay Turner, Rachael Walshe and Ann Hill will be presenting "Growing resilient food futures: Community co-learning in school-based food gardening". Research suggests children learn vital capabilities from school-based food gardening through engaging in a range of positive human and non-human relationships. Garden interactions support children to navigate pressing vulnerabilities, some related to personal and social circumstances, others to planetary crisis, climate change, and food system decline. Yet school gardens are often under-utilised community resources and enacting impactful gardening programs can be difficult for time-poor teachers.