Orchards to bear educational fruit

8th October 2010 at 01:00

Schools across the UK are being encouraged to transform their grounds by planting traditional orchards to revive the habitat and teach children about locally produced food. The Fruit-full Schools programme provides all the information required for teachers and pupils to design, grow and maintain their own orchards. It was launched in 50 secondary schools in Apri and is now available to all schools at www.fruitfullschools.org.

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