Children at St. Peter's Episcopal School learn more about where food comes from and how to care for the environment as part of the school's Trailwise program. The 45 students, called Sprouts, range from first to fifth grade.
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Children at St. Peter's Episcopal School learn more about where food comes from and how to care for the environment as part of the school's Trailwise program. The 45 students, called Sprouts, range from first to fifth grade. Contributed photo
published Friday, May 13th, 2011
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A program designed to teach children about where food comes from, and how it comes about. Through the program, the students are taught healthy eating habits. Children help plant seeds in vertical, hanging gardens that can also be used in crowded apartments and residences with limited or no access to a yard.

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