Farm-to-lunch-table program shows Colorado kids where food comes from

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Farm-to-lunch-table program shows Colorado kids where food comes from

Chef Ann Cooper, director of Food Services for Boulder Valley School District, tries to get Jay Arrano, 5, to sample butternut squash at Columbine Elementary in Boulder, Colo. The school is part of the program where local farmers bring in their produce to be eaten during school lunch. Arrano finally ate the squash after he was given a sticker. The squash was grown at a local farm in Lafayette.

Farm-to-lunch-table program shows Colorado kids where food comes from

Chef Ann Cooper, director of Food Services for Boulder Valley School District, tries to get Jay Arrano, 5, to sample butternut squash at Columbine Elementary in Boulder, Colo. The school is part of the program where local farmers bring in their produce to be eaten during school lunch. Arrano finally ate the squash after he was given a sticker. The squash was grown at a local farm in Lafayette.
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