School wellness plan includes push for local food, garden program

11/15/2011 | Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader (Wash.)

A revised wellness policy for the Port Townsend school district in Washington calls for healthier food choices but does not include a mandate on spending for locally grown produce. The policy says the district should set targets for local purchasing and create a school-garden program with a nutritional-education component.

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Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader (Wash.)

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