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Rooting DC

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The Division of Wellness and Nutrition is excited to announce its participation in the 7th annual Rooting DC conference, a free, all-day gardening forum that provides education about urban food production and consumption to cultivate health and preserve the environment.  Members of the Healthy Schools Initiatives team will be on-hand; presenting a workshop titled “Skills of a Successful School Garden Coordinator” as well as tabling with information on the Healthy Schools Act and FoodCorps.  

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