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school gardens

We are currently investigating the fesability of developing a school
gardens initiative in Manchester, NH we are wondering if there are any
ideas on how to deal with the challenges of a Northern growing season.
We are interested in models of existing school garden programs. Is
anyone finding great success with an existing curriculum.  Do you know
of any? Currently the UNH Cooperative Extension 4-H Green Thumb team
serves non-school and family audiences with the potential to interface
with schools.  All ideas and flashes of brillance are welcome.
Julia Steed Mawson

community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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