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Can school gardens get kids to eat their vegetables?

from Honolulu Civil Beat

Students in Lori Kwee’s fourth grade class at Ala Wai Elementary in Honolulu began a recent school garden lesson by discussing the meaning of “aina,” or land, segueing outdoors where they planted cuttings of uala, or sweet potato, then finally sampling the purple flesh of an Okinawan sweet potato. The 10-year-olds raved about the food, served on green leaves. “It tastes yummy.” “It looks like purple ice cream.” “It’s juicy.” more


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