School gardens teach nutrition, help needy families

07/30/2010 | Echo Press (Alexandria, Minn.)

Students at two schools in Douglas County, Minn., are growing community gardens in an attempt to learn about good nutrition and to help feed the hungry. Food grown through the Compass program for children in kindergarten through 6th grade is used in school meals and snacks and goes to the local United Way for distribution to low-income families.

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