Three Seeds for Education grants were awarded in 2022. These were given to the South Chattanooga Community Center, the Wauhatchie Forest School, and the Howard High School. Mentors were assigned to each program and have been instrumental in getting these gardens started. The mentors are Lisa Pouncey, who has been working with Judy Eaves at South Chattanooga; Laura Emerson for her work with Tarryn Wilson at the Wauhatchie Forest School; and Ann Brown who has just started work with Amy Johnson at the Howard School. Together with other CHAPP members, they hope to build a strong native garden program for the environmental education of students at these facilities.