Mancos preschoolers celebrate new garden

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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.
With 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.
With 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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