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School garden gets students growing


October 13, 2010
By Pat Lee The Chronicle Herald

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School garden gets students growing

Teachers at Sackville High School in Nova Scotia have created a gardening program for special needs students to give the kids a place of their own.

Oct. 13, 2010 – Teachers at Sackville High School in Nova Scotia have
created a gardening program for special needs students to give the kids
a place of their own. The garden is filled with vegetables, ornamental
flowers for corsages in a bed they call the graduation
garden, as well as indigenous plants and shrubs to be replanted along
the nearby lake. The Chronicle Herald reports. | READ MORE

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