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An Elementary School, With a Big Green Twist

I recently stumbled upon an article that highlighted the country’s best “magnet” elementary and high schools. What I discovered was an interesting, and really innovative approach to education that I wish I had access to growing up. “Magnet schools” are … Continue reading

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School Gardens in New York City: Grow to Learn NYC

My favorite thing about writing this blog is how much closer my relationship with New York City feels with each article. It’s such a massive area, both in terms of geography and population density, and it can be hard to … Continue reading

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Farm land in New York City – no kidding!

History and urban agriculture come together at the Queens County Farm Museum, and it’s incredible and inspiring. Spanning 47 acres, this magnificently preserved working farm is the biggest undisturbed agricultural area in New York City, and it has been operating … Continue reading

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