Oregon students grow fresh produce for school lunches

12/21/2011 | Observer (La Grande, Ore.), The

The food-service program at North Powder School District in Oregon got a positive overall rating from the state Department of Education partly because it uses fresh produce grown in a student-tended garden. The fruits and vegetables replace canned products and surplus crops are donated to the community. Students have shown their support by eating more school lunches.

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