Renoldsburg City Schools will receive USAID support to expand its agricultural program

While many teachers were happy to return to class last month, Trevor Horn could not wait to get the students out.

And Reynoldsburg High School’s agriculture and food science teacher was doing just that, picking up a handful of red peppers and small tomatoes from the school’s garden and venturing 90 degrees.

The garden and the greenhouse were created on the site of a former tennis court. With the help of Horn students, the gift of fruits and vegetables is rooted – Three varieties of tomatoes, ruby ​​red potatoes, three carrots, eight apple trees and more.

“I look forward to working in the garden and really getting into science fiction,” said 15-year-old Ashley Ruhr.After working in the garden recently. Knowing what foods to eat is really fun and important.

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