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Students grow greens in classroom to promote healthy eating


December 14, 2018

FLOYDS KNOBS, Ind. (AP) — Since its inception in 2017, Good to Grow Green's goal has been to educate students and the community about healthy eating. A marketing class at Floyd Central High School plans to take that mission a step further.

The class, taught by business teacher Elexia McGowan, is collaborating with the student-led initiative to come up with ways to promote nutritional foods such as vegetables. As the students develop marketing strategies, they are also growing produce in their own classroom using a technology called vertical aeroponic gardens.

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