Cedar Key School’s Future Farmers of America chapter fights local hunger

With a garden planted inside a PVC pipe, a smattering of produce throughout the playground and vegetables between the library and science buildings, Cedar Key School is overrun by food, which is just what the students want.

For Cedar Key School students, growing food has become an integral part of their education and extracurricular activities. Despite the K-12 school’s small size (with only 243 students enrolled) and limited funds, Cedar Key School’s Future Farmers of America members are able to work the land in a way that conserves natural resources.

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