Animas Valley raises roof on greenhouse

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Animas Valley raises roof on greenhouse

Elementary school was awarded $5,000, will grow own food in 22-foot structure
“It teaches the kids where their food comes from,” said Lisa Schuba, principal of Animas Valley Elementary School. Schuba was referring to the school’s efforts to grow its own vegetables, including the construction of a 22-foot diameter greenhouse. Here, Greg Anderson of Growing Spaces of Pagosa Springs and faculty and friends of the school assemble the greenhouse Saturday on the school grounds.
Chris Hall, left, Chris Moore, center, and Ed Schuba join other friends and faculty members of the school to assemble the greenhouse.

Animas Valley raises roof on greenhouse

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“It teaches the kids where their food comes from,” said Lisa Schuba, principal of Animas Valley Elementary School. Schuba was referring to the school’s efforts to grow its own vegetables, including the construction of a 22-foot diameter greenhouse. Here, Greg Anderson of Growing Spaces of Pagosa Springs and faculty and friends of the school assemble the greenhouse Saturday on the school grounds.
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Chris Hall, left, Chris Moore, center, and Ed Schuba join other friends and faculty members of the school to assemble the greenhouse.
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