They started with dirt, seeds and a grow light just outside the kindergarten classroom at Winchester Thurston School about a month ago. Andrew Shaner, general manager and chef, Metz Culinary Management, wanted to get the class excited about growing tomatoes, zucchini, kale, mini-lettuce, herbs, grapes and more. It turns out, that innate curiosity and sense of wonder that shines so brightly around age five is the perfect time to get kids into the garden, Shaner says. “This is the best ...

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