Slow Food in Schools

Olson, Cathe
November 2005
Mothering;Nov/Dec2005, Issue 133, p64
Discusses that garden-to-table nutrition education to children nurtures petite palates, introducing kids to the pleasures of healthy, farm-fresh eats.


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