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Students bloom through Green Thumb Initiative
by Ryan Faircloth
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22 July 2017
On 22 July 2017 The Associated Press reported:
A [Rochester, Minnesota] school program is sowing seeds of education outside the classroom. The Green Thumb Initiative, a Rochester Alternative Learning Center program, is teaching students real-world skills through gardening, grant writing and beekeeping. Program coordinators say the work encourages leadership and prepares students for life after graduation. The program was founded ... in 2015, and offers English and science credit to those participating in the course during the school year, the Post-Bulletin reports. Students hone their English skills by writing grant proposals for program funding.
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