La. students prepare school gardens in Choctaw tradition

07/22/2014 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

Elementary- and middle-school students in Lacombe, La., recently learned about the gardening traditions of the Choctaw Indians, among the earliest settlers of the area. Two teachers have collaborated on the project, in which students learn about gardening, local history and tribal traditions.

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