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Hydroponic lettuce at UNH Thompson School greenhouse

Veggie Tale

It’s an age-old challenge: How do you get children to eat more vegetables? Doris Demers '16, the child nutrition director for the Oyster River Cooperative School District (ORCSD), seems to have found an answer — feed them fresh, local produce. “I’ve always felt strongly about buying local because... Read More

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