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Pizza gardens - Around the Arch
June 2010 Issue
Members of UGA’s Sigma Alpha professional agricultural sorority, in Savannah over spring break, helped students at Charles Ellis Elementary School spruce up their campus and plant fruit trees and bushes, as well as a small pizza garden. During the “service day,” UGA students surveyed the proposed location for the garden and cleared the area of weeds and leaves. They helped the elementary students plant a peach tree and several blueberry bushes, and planted a garden of vegetables that can be used to top pizza. The school will use the garden to teach students about the food cycle and the need to protect the earth.
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