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Edible gardens grow up

SF Public Press
 — Mar 30 2010 - 12:28pm
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Sanchez Elementary School, in San Francisco’s Mission District, has erected the city’s first public, off-the-grid, vertical garden. Equipped with a high-tech weather station, students will study the growth patterns of the edible, organic vegetables and measure weather patterns.

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