High Five: Walmart Gives Grant To Fayetteville School For Food Garden

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FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) - Walmart donated $13,000 to Butterfield Trail Elementary School for its food garden, officials say.

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  • objectivefodder

    This is a real wonderful work and should be repeated in every school district, given the opportunity and room needed to cultivate. Growing our own food is what it’s all about. Let’s teach the children that farming and agriculture is what makes us grow and prosper. You can implement science and math as well as reading and writing into the curriculum so to teach them about basic simple capitalism and marketing as well as distribution and health. Kudos to Wally World and the volunteers!

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