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School gardens and kitchens could grow with Ontario’s proposed food literacy act

By Alicia Martin, PhD Student, Geography, University of Guelph
Amberley T. Ruetz, Ph.D. Candidate in Geography and Arrell Food Scholar, University of Guelph
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Ontario's proposed Food Literacy Ac for Students, a first in Canada, would mean students in grades 1-12 have opportunities to grow food and prepare food and learn about local foods.

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