Farm to School 

Elementary students get their hands dirty in school gardens.

Some Memphis City Schools (MCS) students are having a hand in growing their own lunch. Grahamwood Elementary is the first of a series of schools that will be participating in the Farm to School Network, which allows students to grow produce to…

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