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Kitchen gardens in schools

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Earlier this week, the state government announced a 1.5 million dollar investment in a program dedicated to developing kitchen gardens in schools.

The program is trying to support kids in developing healthy eating habits and is one of several approaches being tried.

But will growing tomatoes and learning to cook actually help children’s nutrition?

Reporter Sally Hayles finds out. 

 

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