Gabrielle Placide 9, and Kamilah Muhummug 9, walk around the “food forest” culinary garden at Lake Stevens Elementary. They are part of the garden club that helps maintain the school’s food forest, which provides produce that is used in school lunches. Their teacher Althea Ricketts-Burke won a school system-wide recipe contest to create dishes using ingredients from the food forest.
Gabrielle Placide 9, and Kamilah Muhummug 9, walk around the “food forest” culinary garden at Lake Stevens Elementary. They are part of the garden club that helps maintain the school’s food forest, which provides produce that is used in school lunches. Their teacher Althea Ricketts-Burke won a school system-wide recipe contest to create dishes using ingredients from the food forest. CHARLES TRAINOR JR ctrainor@miamiherald.com
Gabrielle Placide 9, and Kamilah Muhummug 9, walk around the “food forest” culinary garden at Lake Stevens Elementary. They are part of the garden club that helps maintain the school’s food forest, which provides produce that is used in school lunches. Their teacher Althea Ricketts-Burke won a school system-wide recipe contest to create dishes using ingredients from the food forest. CHARLES TRAINOR JR ctrainor@miamiherald.com

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These school lunches are farm to table

April 19, 2017 5:00 AM

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