Kids at centre of first Year of Food & Farming

Clarke, Philip
September 2007
Farmers Weekly;9/7/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 10, p61
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The article focuses on the Year of Food and Farming event dedicated to educating children about food, farming and the countryside to be held in England in September 2007. The event, comprised of 12 months of activities, will be launched at Highgrove, Gloucestershire in which its patron Prince Charles will host children from two schools. Prince Charles states that young people have grown disconnected from the land making many children unaware of the origin of their food.


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