STN is a new cohort created by GRuB (Garden-Raised Urban Bounty) that is bringing TGG to the Eastern side of Washington. Tend, Gather and Grow (TGG) is a project dedicated to educating youth about wild edible and medicinal plants and the rich cultural traditions that surround them. Through developing a teaching toolkit on Northwest plants and providing teacher trainings, the project aims to build food security, promote health and facilitate connections with the land. Proposed Tend, Gather and Grow outcomes include: *Increase youth access to and consumption of nutritious wild plants. *Fill an unmet need for youth-centered educational resources on wild foods and medicines that are hands-on, placed based, multi-media and culturally relevant. *Build student media skills and media literacy through curriculum activities and video projects to support career and technical training. *Develop student skills in sensory observation, storytelling and documentation as a means for self-expression and social change. *Build a sense of cultural pride among Northwest Native children and youth, and a greater understanding of indigenous people and connection to local landscapes among non-native students. *Increase the number of community educators who teach children and youth about healthy food behaviors, physical activity and positive interactions with the land. *Build partnerships across organizations and tribal entities with shared goals. *Provide a positive programmatic model that is driven by community need, student evaluation, and is carried out in collaboration with the beneficiary communities.