Getting school lunches to be nutritious is always a challenge, but this school has come up with the ultimate solution.
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This hydroponic farm at the Martin Luther King Educational Campus in Manhattan, New York was built by the nonprofit Teens For Food Justice. Each week students harvest more than 150 pounds of fresh produce, which then gets served in the school cafeteria.
Teens For Food Justice’s goal is to promote universal access to affordable, fresh food by training students to become urban farmers in their schools.
In this One Small Step Lucy visits the hydroponic farm during its official launch event, watch to find out more!
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