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SAVOR garden a 'magnet of interest and inquisition for kids' at Lillian Larsen School’s farm-to-school movement

Modified: Tuesday, Nov 27th, 2012

The success of a new farm-to-school program at Lillian Larsen School in San Miguel, courtesy of a donation from SAVOR the Central Coast, is outstanding, according to the school’s agricultural instructor. File photos.

SAN MIGUEL — At San Miguel-based Lillian Larsen School, bringing the farm to the school, so to speak, never got easier.

At least that's the evidential sentiment following the inaugural launch of Sunset's SAVOR the Central Coast event several years back as students from Lillian Larsen continue hands-on education in a backyard garden project, according to Lillian Larsen agricultural teacher Christina Wilkinson.

Sunset donated the garden a few years ago after its first SAVOR event at Santa Margarita Ranch and the following year in Creston.

For the complete article see the 11-27-2012 issue.

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