Couple continues plans for learning farm
slideshow PIEDMONT — About 20 children sat on the ground between a refurbished train station and an aging strip mall in Piedmont Tuesday to learn about photosynthesis.
Fittingly, they were seated on a small plot of land owned by a couple who intend to transform it into what will be known as a Learning Farm.
“It’s how plants make food,” said farmer Roxanna Sims, while standing in front of the children in the shade of a small grove. “Not only do the plants provide food for us, they help provide food for the animals.”
Sims was teaching children participating in the Piedmont Public Library’s... read more
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