Students at Tauriko School are being encouraged to get their hands dirty after the school was one of six selected to receive a $2000 gardening grant.
Rural Women New Zealand and Farmlands will present Tauriko School with a cheque on Thursday.
The money will be used to buy equipment, seedlings or plants to start a vegetable garden or orchard, or further develop one already in place.
National president Liz Evans said this was the third time Rural Women New Zealand and Farmlands had collaborated to distribute the proceeds from the popular Farmlands Ladies Nights, which are held around the North Island during October.
The six winning schools will also receive gardening equipment from McGregor's Gardening, a gardening starter kit from Yates, fertiliser from Agrisea NZ and a copy ofA Good Harvest-recipes from the gardens of Rural Women New Zealand.
More than 110 rural primary schools applied for the six grants.