How does your school garden grow?
from By Brian Stack
After a long winter, spring has finally arrived. For many — especially those who spent a season buried under record-breaking snowfalls — the warm weather means it is time to plant the family garden. Home gardens have been on the rise since 2009 when the White House announce plans to plant their own kitchen garden. Describing fruits and vegetables as "brain food,"” first lady Michelle Obama's personal fight to promote healthy eating habits for children has made its way to schools, and school gardens are now on the rise in America.
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