Campus gardens connect Detroit's students to nutrition, science

08/11/2013 | Detroit News, The

As part of a farm-to-school initiative, gardens have been planted at 46 Detroit public schools, offering fresh produce for school cafeterias and an outdoor space for nutrition education for students. "Our school garden program allows students to make connections through our science curriculum and their lives through actual hands on participation working in the garden, thereby providing an important bridge between learning and health for students," said Betti Wiggins, the district's executive director of the Office of School Nutrition.

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