Students get first-hand experience growing fresh produce

Minnesota school districts are using state grant money to plant and grow vegetable gardens and apple trees on school grounds in an effort to add fresh, locally grown produce to their cafeteria menus. "I think it's so important for young people to know where their food comes from and that everything they eat doesn't have to be popped in the microwave," one school employee said.

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