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Mancos preschoolers celebrate new garden

On-site plots will help teach students about food roots
Mancos preschool students celebrated a new Montezuma School to Farm garden on Tuesday morning by planting sunflower seeds in the new plots.
PK-5 Principal Cathy Epps cuts a ribbon to celebrate the new Montezuma School to Farm garden plots.
Erika Alvero/The JournalThe new gardens at the Mancos Early Learning Center will help connect students to the land and the roots of their food from a young age, said staff members from the Montezuma School to Farm Project.
Erika Alvero/The JournalWith the new garden plots, preschool students will be able to take the lessons they learn in School to Farm classes, and apply them through hands-on garden work.

Mancos preschoolers celebrate new garden

Mancos preschool students celebrated a new Montezuma School to Farm garden on Tuesday morning by planting sunflower seeds in the new plots.
PK-5 Principal Cathy Epps cuts a ribbon to celebrate the new Montezuma School to Farm garden plots.
Erika Alvero/The JournalThe new gardens at the Mancos Early Learning Center will help connect students to the land and the roots of their food from a young age, said staff members from the Montezuma School to Farm Project.
Erika Alvero/The JournalWith the new garden plots, preschool students will be able to take the lessons they learn in School to Farm classes, and apply them through hands-on garden work.
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