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Kayla Morse, center, shows Tilia Tait, 9, left, and Cole Morse, 7, how to plant potatoes in ACGC's school garden that's nearly as large as a football field. Produce grown in the garden this summer will be incorporated into school lunches this fall. (Tribune photo by Carolyn Lange)

An education you can eat

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Located next to a ball diamond at the ACGC Junior/Senior High School in Grove City there's a plot of fresh black dirt that's nearly the size of a football field.

But there are no players running on this field chasing balls. Instead, early Wednesday morning there were half-dozen students walking up and down 300-foot long rows, hoes in hand, planting potatoes, carrots, onions, cucumbers and squash.

This fall the students will eat that produce in their school cafeteria.

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Carolyn Lange
A reporter for more than 30 years, Carolyn Lange covers county government and regional news with the West Central Tribune.
(320) 894-9750
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