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RE: Role of Gardens in Combating Childhood Obesity

  • Subject: [cg] RE: Role of Gardens in Combating Childhood Obesity
  • From: Worms4U@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2005 09:56:41 EDT

In your email of 10/6, you mentions that your nutrition curriculum in based  
on a program called "Food Folks". As education coordinator for Denver Urban  
Gardens, I teach a nutrition/gardening curriculum in 5 inner city schools. I'm  
not familiar with the program you mentioned and wonder if you could provide  
further information. Thanks in advance.
Judy Elliott
Denver Urban Gardens
3377 Blake St., #113
Denver,CO 80219
email: _judy@dug.org_ (mailto:judy@dug.org) 

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