Children to reap benefit of grant for community gardens
Monday, February 20, 2012
A community garden provides more than fresh food, it provides education and a social outlet.
Two new community gardens will be added to the several which have sprung up in Jefferson City in the last few years.
Five raised garden beds and new library materials will held teach gardening to students at Southwest Early Childhood Center.
And a neighborhood-based food education program will help ....
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