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The Gila Crossing Elementary School in southern Arizona was once operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. When the local tribe took it over, community members created a gardening program to teach children about their cultural heritage as farmers, to encourage healthy eating, and to foster their development and future interest in agriculture. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGardening as Cultural Renewal – the Gila Crossing School ProgramEXCLUSIVE: School Gardening Program (2010-04-23)The Food Systems Project: School Garden-Based Nutrition Education ProgramThe English Gardening SchoolGrowing Your School Garden ProgramSchool Garden Program

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