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'Got Dirt?' teaches gardening techniques

5:33 PM, Feb. 5, 2013
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Childhood obesity and its health related consequences are increasing in Wisconsin's youth. Research shows that increased fruit and vegetable consumption is a viable strategy for fighting obesity and provides additional health benefits as well. Research has also documented that involving children in gardening is a promising strategy for increasing fruit and vegetable consumption. By gardening, children:

? Gain more knowledge about vegetables

? Have increased exposure to vegetables ...

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