Florida charter school donates garden produce to food bank

01/13/2010 | Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

Students at an environmentally focused charter school in Florida are helping a food bank by donating surplus produce from their school's organic garden and eggs from their chickens. The garden had grown so large that teachers were having trouble finding uses for the food until they began donating to America's Second Harvest, which helps facilitate food programs in 10 Florida counties. The school is planning regular produce donations and is collecting dry goods to donate as well.

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