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Local farm products used more frequently in RE-8 schools

By Gene Sears

Colorado students are getting more of a taste of locally grown foods at the lunch table, according to the Colorado Department of Education.
    That’s because the Colorado Farm-to-School program is increasing the number of school districts participating in its programs. Farm-to-school in Colorado has grown from 22 public school districts in 2010 to 64 public school districts in 2012.


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