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Building healthier kids

March 16, 2013
The Daily Mining Gazette

Daily Mining Gazette/Kurt Hauglie

Hancock Central High School science teacher Brian Rajdl, far left, makes a point during a workshop Friday about creating a program at the Hancock Public Schools to provide healthy, sustainable food for the district's students. Ideas discussed included, but were not limited to, school production with a greenhouse and other methods, buying from local farmers, getting students involved in production and community engagement.

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Daily Mining Gazette/Kurt Hauglie
Hancock Central High School science teacher Brian Rajdl, far left, makes a point during a workshop Friday about creating a program at the Hancock Public Schools to provide healthy, sustainable food for the district’s students. Ideas discussed included, but were not limited to, school production with a greenhouse and other methods, buying from local farmers, getting students involved in production and community engagement.

 
 

 

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