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Re: garden for deaf children

There are "Mini Grants" availiable through the 5-a-day program of up to
$1,000.  They can be used to build a new garden, take field trips to farms,
farmer's markets, or any other nutritionally based site.  They require that
you teach some basic nutrition but they provide all of the materials and
they seem very easy to incorporate.  This is a federal program and therefore
should be avail. in all areas.  Check with the Cooperative Extension in your
county to find the office that serves your area.

Jennifer Rees
Gardening Angel's Coordinator
UC Cooperative Extension, Los Angeles

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