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Thomas Plasse, of service group AmeriCorps, discusses the Tucson Village Farm garden with students from Miles Exploratory Learning Center. The students are picking lettuce for a salad.
Jashawn Terrell-Purvis, a kindergarten student at Fruchthendler Elementary School, turns the wheel of a mill, an educational tool that demonstrates the stages of making flour.
Thomas Plasse prepares a salad for students from Miles Exploratory Learning Center. The students helped pick the lettuce and Plasse is showing them what ingredients to use when making ranch dressing.
Ving Marblestone-Perez, center, from Miles Exploratory Learning Center, tastes a salad with the lettuce that she and other students helped pick at the Tucson Village Farm. Billy Jack Boyce, left, watches the farm activities.
Aeron Illige, 7, and his sister, Annaka Illige, 4, are old hats when it comes to helping out in the kitchen.
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