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March 14, 2015 3:47 PM

School garden symposium sprouts green ideas for teachers, students

Soil Born Farms hosted “A Garden in Every School,” the first regional school garden symposium in Sacramento, this weekend to provide workshops and resources to educators and community leaders. School gardening has been shown to help students connect to their food and develop healthier eating habits.

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