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Many schools keep gardening efforts going all summer
by Dean Fosdick
The Associated Press Translate This Article
26 June 2018
On 26 June 2018 The Associated Press reported:
The school year runs just the opposite of the growing season, making it difficult for educators to teach children how to garden. But many [US] school systems enlist volunteers to prep garden beds while students are on summer break, making the crops ready to tend when classes resume in September. School gardens have been used as an educational tool in the United States for well over a century ... Fresh student-grown edibles augment public school menus, contribute to healthier nutritional habits and food safety, teach record keeping and marketing, provide exercise, and build a life-long appreciation for the environment.
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