Grow, Tend, Eat? 

While school gardens have been blossoming around TUSD for years, garden-to-cafeteria programs are just beginning to sprout

At Ochoa Elementary School, small fingers poke smaller seeds into furrowed soil. Beets, broccoli, spinach: Every day, a few students from the pre-kindergarten classroom come out to care for their expanding plants. They water and weed, watching seedlings emerge from these raised…

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