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Politicians and garden experts back IoS campaign to get pupils planting - Gardening, House & Home - The Independent
Children will be more adventurous over what they eat if they've helped to produce it, writes Paul Bignell

Leading gardening experts have joined hundreds of schools backing The Independent on Sunday's Let Children Grow campaign, which aims to get primary pupils cultivating and enjoying their own food. Some 425 schools, roughly 85,000 pupils, and high-profile figures ranging from Alan Titchmarsh to David Cameron and Kim Wilde have called for more children across the UK to be given the chance to grow their own vegetables.

by Fran on Sun May 10th, 2009 at 11:10:07 AM EST
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