Lovely feature on Project Learning Garden in the November edition of Georgia Magazine

d09c3e8351ae60dc97d9630ef984c80d“Growing them young:  The Captain Planet Foundation Project Learning Gardens give hands-on experiences”
Posted: November
By: Pamela A. Keene – Georgia magazine

Most youngsters would probably turn their noses up at a chance to eat vegetables and adult foods like pesto. But 11-year-old Esther Green, of Atlanta, has decided she likes to eat fresh-grown tomatoes wrapped in hand-picked basil, pesto and salad dressings made with ingredients straight from the garden.

“I refused to eat tomatoes at home,” says the sixth-grader at Centennial Academy near Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. “It wasn’t until I tasted tomatoes we grew in our garden at school that I realized how delicious they were, especially with fresh basil.” Read Full Article

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