Who loves Dexter grown fruit and veggies?

Creekside students do!

Yesterday, Creekside students sampled watermelon and cherry tomatoes grown at the Creekside gardens.  One student who came up for a cherry tomato sampling commented, “I grow these tomatoes at home!  They are doing excellent.”

It is great to hear that the Dexter Farm to School Program is reaching Dexter students in their classrooms, cafeterias and even home gardens and kitchens.  If students would like to be involved in the Creekside gardens,please contact the Dexter Farm to School Coordinators,

Francie Wesorick, dextergardens@gmail.com or

Lisa Babe, dexterfarmtoschool@gmail.com


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