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  • Anonymous

    This is a great program which promotes sustainability.  All schools would benefit from having a similar program.  

  • Anonymous

     Great article! If more high schools modeled programs after this one, there would be fewer kids growing up without an inkling of what it takes to produce the food we all rely on!

    Best wishes for continued success, and thanks Kathryn for sharing the MSAD1’s educational farm with readers!

  • Anonymous

    You picked the right man when you chose Manger John Hoffses , You will nerver find a more honest, hardworking, deciated man. He was raised right, with a strong work ethic and a understanding that hardwork builds character! Great Job John , well done!

  • Anonymous

    Their pies are wonderful, this is my first year of going to this school farm, and I am hooked. My freezer is full of pies for those winter days ahead of us. The price is fair and the crust is wicked good.

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