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Harvest of the Month with Youth Garden Project

Harvest of the Month

Harvest of the Month is a garden-to-school program that YGP piloted in the 2021 season. Now students won’t have to come to the garden to sample produce they help grow at YGP – the produce will come to them, too!

Our goal with Harvest of the Month is to encourage students to eat locally and nutritiously, try new foods and recipes, and connect with their local food community by maintaining a consistent presence in our school cafeterias. YGP partners with Grand County’s Child Nutrition Program to create sample recipes and provide engaging posters and other materials for students and educators about in-season produce.

 

                                       
 
 
                                       
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