How can school gardens enrich learning?

10/7/2013 | Huffington Post, The

School gardens offer a way to teach students about food and nutrition and provide extra resources to schools, author and education professor Matthew Lynch writes in this blog post. He suggests schools use crops harvested by students in cafeterias and classroom celebrations. Studies have shown, Lynch writes, that school gardens also have other benefits for students, including improved achievement and better self-esteem and social skills.

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