VA Deaf/Blind School Grow Garden

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STAUNTON — Students at Virginia’s School for the Deaf and Blind are learning about eating healthy, local foods. They’re doing that by growing their own garden. The idea is to teach students about life outside the classroom.

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Deaf and Blind Students Grow Garden – WHSV.com
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STAUNTON — Students at Virginia’s School for the Deaf and Blind are learning about eating healthy, local foods. They’re doing that by growing their own garden. The idea is to teach students about life outside the classroom. The program’s manager wants
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