Public School in Indiana Raises Its Own Food

A public high school in a rural community in Indiana started a cattle program, called “Where’s the Beef,”¬†¬†allowing students to raise their own meat for school lunches. The program is expected to save at least $2,000 in annual cafeteria costs and expand vocational training for students. Read more here.

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