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Beds at TCE aim to teach students agricultural lessons

The local Farm Bureau has given two planting beds to Twin City Elementary with the hopes these sites will help students learn about agriculture.

Four classes of second grade students at TCE will plant vegetables in one bed as well as flowers and vegetables in the other. Throughout the year, the classes will tend to these beds and enjoy the fruits of their labor as well as learn more about how food gets “from the farm” “to the table.”

Dana Nasworthy of Emanuel County Farm Bureau says this is just one of the ways the organization shares with the community the importance of agriculture as it relates to daily life.

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