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Media Moment (July 2019)

KEYC-12: Truman children assist with school garden
Truman Schools are incorporating fresh veggies in their lunch straight from their own garden started this summer. KEYC-12 in Mankato reported that this is “all possible thanks to University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener, Michael Taylor, who has been wanting to get a garden like this started for years now. With the support of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society, he is now using the garden to educate and plant plenty of curiosity.” Watch Truman children assist with school garden.

“It is a shining example of everything good about the Master Gardener program,” says Tim Kenny, statewide director of the Extension Master Gardener volunteer program
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