Pa. man uses gardening to teach healthy eating habits

03/25/2012 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Howard Brosius operates an after-school program in Germantown, Pa., in an effort to teach children about healthy eating, vegetable growing and gardening. He has constructed heated cedar boxes designed to allow vegetables to be grown outside in all temperatures. "He's teaching kids that french fries come from potatoes that actually grow in the ground, and they're having the thrill of pulling root vegetables out of the soil," said Susan Hansen, executive director of Green Tree Community Health Foundation.

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