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Grant will help bring greenhouse to Wrightstown school

7:50 AM, Jan. 2, 2013
Students at a Port Edwards school donated time to landscape their campus garden in 2011. Wrightstown students will get a chance to learn about plant growth as part of a plan to build a new greenhouse.
Students at a Port Edwards school donated time to landscape their campus garden in 2011. Wrightstown students will get a chance to learn about plant growth as part of a plan to build a new greenhouse.
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Wrightstown students soon could dig into gardening without ever lifting a shovel.

The rural school district recently received a $25,000 grant to build a greenhouse that will house a hydroponic garden, in which plants are grown without soil.

Educators say the greenhouse garden will allow students to work across multiple classroom disciplines such as math and science to determine how to best to grow plants using water, light and other nutrients. ...

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