Tashanda Giles-Jones

Teacher, Environmental Charter Middle School, Inglewood

Teacher at Environmental Charter Middle School in Inglewood

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In recent years, new schools have popped up across Los Angeles, offering kids a chance to learn about growing food, minimizing waste, and everything in between.

How garden-oriented schools turn kids into environmental leaders

In recent years, new schools have popped up across Los Angeles, offering kids a chance to learn about growing food, minimizing waste, and everything in between.

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