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Presentation slides: School Gardening and Composting at Salem High School, Graeme Marcoux, Science Faculty and NGSS Advisor; Deborah Jeffers, Director of Food and Nutrition ServicesPDF

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Presentation slides: Green Lunchroom Challenge Overview, Joy Scrogum, ISTCPDF

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Webinar recording. Note: Graeme Marcoux experienced technical difficulties with his microphone, so you will need to turn your computer's speakers up very high whenever he is speaking to hear him clearly.MPEG-4 video

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Title:School Gardening and Composting at Salem High School (MA)
Author(s):Scrogum, Joy; Marcoux, Graeme; Jeffers, Deborah
Subject(s):Food service -- Schools -- Environmental aspects
Composting -- Schools
Food waste
Urban agriculture
Agricultural education
Urban farming
Abstract:Graeme Marcoux, Science Faculty and National Green Schools Society Advisor, and Deborah Jeffers, Director of Food Service for the Salem (MA) Public Schools, discuss using cafeteria food scraps to make compost for Salem High School's school garden. Note: Graeme Marcoux experienced technical difficulties with his microphone, so you will need to turn your computer's speakers up very high whenever he is speaking to hear him clearly.
Issue Date:2016-09-30
Publisher:Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center
Series/Report:Green Lunchroom Challenge webinars
Genre:Presentation / Lecture / Speech
Type:Text
Video
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/100129
Date Available in IDEALS:2018-07-03


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