“Good Food Project” expands in LaSalle


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Nebo Elementary is now added to the list of LaSalle Parish schools with their own school garden thanks to The Food Bank of Central Louisiana’s Good Food Project.

The NES students, along with others including Olla Elementary, Jena Elementary, Jena High and Good Pine Middle, have the opportunity to care for two raised wooden beds of seasonable vegetables and other plant life as part of the Good Food Project. The beds will be replanted twice a year and the Food Bank offers follow-up help, technical support, demonstrations and more to project participants throughout the school year.

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