Wed, 12/09/2015
This month's Fresh Food of the Month event will feature pumpkins and squash grown on Lynn and Carol Hoagland's Farm in Elysburg.  G.C. Hartman students and staff will be served a Fall Harvest Bake featuring goose neck pumpkins.  The High School and Middle School will be served a Fall Harvest Soup, featuring goose neck pumpkins and butternut squash. This month's event is being supported by a $5,000 Seed Change mini grant aimed at expanding the District's emerging farm to school activities. Seed Change is funded through the National Farm to School Network with the generous support of the Walmart Foundation

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