Students in urban L.A. school's health class grow food

05/6/2014 | National Journal

Muir Middle School students in South Los Angeles participate in the American Heart Association's Teaching Gardens program through a garden they developed as part of their health studies. Some 200 students help in the garden each week, planting fruits, vegetables and herbs, and learn how to work together and prepare healthier foods.

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