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The locally owned farm-to-table restaurant, Grow, purchased about 10 lbs. of fresh lettuce and beans on Wednesday.
Students at Westside Elementary School in Warner Robins harvested the produce this morning, and Americans For Schools delivered it to the restaurant, just in time for the day's lunch rush. The lettuce was cleaned and served in salads mere minutes after it was harvested from the aeroponic tower gardens that AFS provided to Westside last year.
Grow owner Saralyn Collins presented a check in the amount of $55 to Renee Kelly, a parapro at Westside who manages the tower gardens there. The funds can be used to purchase seeds and nutrients for the next planting.
Westside teachers use the gardens as a source of hands-on education, developing lesson plans around agriculture that will foster learning in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
In addition to providing produce to local restaurants, students are able to enjoy the fruit of their labor in their own school cafeteria, as well as taking some of the produce home to enjoy at their family dinner table. These activities support the school's compliance with the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, a key initiative to combat child hunger and obesity.
All of us here at Americans For Schools would like to extend our special thanks to Grow for being such a supportive partner in this effort!
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