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The Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems at University of Wisconsin - Madison has published two new two-page Farm to School Success Stories. Sheboygan Falls: Farm to High School relates how the school has focused on preserving the substantial bounty of its garden for use year-round in the cafeteria. The school's hoop house also supplies fresh produce year-round. Students are involved in developing recipes and selling their produce at a farmstand. Plymouth High School Food Science and Agriculture Center describes how the school was able to open a 5,100 square foot Food Science and Agriculture Center that includes a greenhouse and indoor classroom space. Students also raise food for the cafeteria, ranging from produce to pork.



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