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school gardens

Dr. micheal mann has done much work in this area with
college students at rutgers u, he is the director of
nutritional science and has helped organize nj's youth
farmstands his email and web page can be found at
rutger u's site. my advice is to start small and work
big. find teachers who would incorporate gardening
into curriculum (art,science,math,poetry,etc). i have
lots of success gardening with boys and girls at the
syracuse Boys and girls club (ages 6-12). feel free to
write me for more info.
peace, love, and harmony

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