Child care centers are part of Cherokee garden project

06/16/2014 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

More than 3,300 Oklahoma children are part of the Cherokee Nation's tribal gardening project aimed at teaching healthy eating habits. The Learn to Grow program gives each of the 102 child care facilities in five counties two garden beds filled with soil and seeds, and the vegetables that grow in them will be harvested in the fall and used to prepare meals for the children.

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