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Capital Region produce delivered to dozens of school districts

WNYT Staff
Created: October 06, 2020 07:38 PM

Produce grown in the Capital Region is going to dozens of school districts.

It's part of Capital Roots Farm to School program.

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There are currently 33 school districts are involved. However, with more federal and state farm-to-school grants, they are working to expand their network.

Capital Roots made a delivery to Bethlehem High School Tuesday morning.

The program began in 2017, delivering farm-fresh products to school students.


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