Eimy Beritez, (left in white shirt) smells a plant held by her teacher Alena Sheriff, (right) in the food forest at Twin Lakes Elemetary. Instead of planting crops in rows horizontally the different layers of the forest are used to plant a variety of food crops.
Eimy Beritez, (left in white shirt) smells a plant held by her teacher Alena Sheriff, (right) in the food forest at Twin Lakes Elemetary. Instead of planting crops in rows horizontally the different layers of the forest are used to plant a variety of food crops. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff
Eimy Beritez, (left in white shirt) smells a plant held by her teacher Alena Sheriff, (right) in the food forest at Twin Lakes Elemetary. Instead of planting crops in rows horizontally the different layers of the forest are used to plant a variety of food crops. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff

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