Award winning SNAP-Ed garden program helps Island County schoolchildren grow in health, stewardship
Posted by Lesa McPeak | August 12, 2019
The gardens—a joint effort between Oak Harbor Public Schools and WSU Island County Extension SNAP-Ed—help students learn about health, sustainability, and stewardship and have become an integral part of the schools’ curriculum.
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