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Project Grows visits Keister Elementary School for pepper tasting

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Laura Smith teaches students about where their peppers come from and their nutritional value. “Part of our mission has to do with food access and nutrition,” Smith said. “[We want to] teach them a little bit about where their food comes from and what it means to eat healthy foods.”

Laura Smith teaches students about where their peppers come from and their nutritional value. “Part of our mission has to do with food access and nutrition,” Smith said. “[We want to] teach them a little bit about where their food comes from and what it means to eat healthy foods.”

Lucie Rutherford

Lucie Rutherford

Laura Smith teaches students about where their peppers come from and their nutritional value. “Part of our mission has to do with food access and nutrition,” Smith said. “[We want to] teach them a little bit about where their food comes from and what it means to eat healthy foods.”

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Farm Manager Laura Smith and Assistant Farm Manager Alicia Cooley of Project Grows farm cut sweet peppers for the students of Keister Elementary School to taste on Oct. 5. "Our big goal with the tastings is just to get kids to try new veggies," Smith said.

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