• Agromin Helping Beat Childhood Obesity With Teaching Gardens
    Friday, April 30, 2010 at

  • On Monday, March 22, Agromin's Premium Soil was used in helping launch a 1,000 school initiative against Childhood Obesity. Thus far, our 50/50 soil blend has been used in two SOCAL school's vegetable gardens (Kelso Elementary, Will Rogers Learning Community School).

    On hand at Kelso Elementary were were Gabrielle Reece, Derek Fisher, Cat Cora and Tobey MaGuire.

    The Teaching Garden is a place where teachers and principals with community partners from the entertainment, sports and food industries, the Farmer-Veteran Coalition and GrowingGreat come together to create a real-life garden laboratory. In this garden, students through the simple process of putting a seed into the earth, nurturing it and ultimately harvesting the food, learn about effort and results, delayed gratification, and cause and effect. The ultimate goal: hands-on exploration of life sciences that leads to one’s positive choices for health and fitness.


    Read More: http://www.takepart.com/teachinggarden

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