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Farm-to-school efforts are giving local kids’ lunches a major makeover
Locally raised beef is served with a smile by Margaret Wilhite, a cook at Escalante Middle School. Wilhite carries a tray of beef patties produced by Sunnyside Farms served as hamburgers for lunch Thursday.
Locally grown potatoes are roasted for lunch at Escalante Middle School on Thursday.
An Escalante Middle School student enters his lunch code as he exits the line with a tray filled with locally produced beef and potatoes.
Apples from Mattic’s Orchard in Olathe are among the choices in the Escalante Middle School salad bar during lunch Thursday.
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farm-to-school bid process: http://durangoschools.org/news/sw-farm-school-bid-2013-2014

Move over, mystery meat

Locally raised beef is served with a smile by Margaret Wilhite, a cook at Escalante Middle School. Wilhite carries a tray of beef patties produced by Sunnyside Farms served as hamburgers for lunch Thursday.
Locally grown potatoes are roasted for lunch at Escalante Middle School on Thursday.
An Escalante Middle School student enters his lunch code as he exits the line with a tray filled with locally produced beef and potatoes.
Apples from Mattic’s Orchard in Olathe are among the choices in the Escalante Middle School salad bar during lunch Thursday.
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