USDA official says Farm to Tray project is model for other schools

04/12/2013 | Jackson Sun (Tenn.), The

The Farm to Tray program at Liberty Technology Magnet High School in Jackson, Tenn., provides greenhouse-grown fruits and vegetables to five Jackson-Madison County schools. Janey Thornton, a deputy undersecretary in the U.S. Agriculture Department, calls it a model for the country, and since demand for the produce is greater than the supply, agriculture and marketing students are lobbying to add an additional greenhouse.

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