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Foundation to provide fresh produce to DC's poorest areas | WTOP

Can a revamped Roosevelt High serve everyone in its gentrifying neighborhood?

washingtonpost.com — When students arrive for their first day at Theodore Roosevelt High School on Monday, they will walk up a grand staircase surrounded by large, colonial columns and into the results of a $127 million renovation that includes an Olympic-size swimming pool.

Foundation to provide fresh produce to DC's poorest areas

wusa9.com — BETHESDA, Md. (AP) - Children in some of D.C.'s poorest neighborhoods could soon have more access to fresh produce if an education foundation's plan comes to fruition. The Bainum Family Foundation acquired a 263-acre Virginia farm in 2015 and wants to use the Middleburg property to grow fruits and vegetables to serve families in the District's Wards 7 and 8.

Foundation to provide fresh produce to DC's poorest areas

washingtontimes.com — BETHESDA, Md. (AP) - Children in some of D.C.'s poorest neighborhoods could soon have more access to fresh produce if an education foundation's plan comes to fruition. The Bainum Family Foundation acquired a 263-acre Virginia farm in 2015 and wants to use the Middleburg property to grow fruits and vegetables to serve families in the District's Wards 7 and 8.

Foundation to provide fresh produce to DC's poorest areas - The Eagle: Nation

theeagle.com — The foundation plans to distribute produce - seasonal vegetables such as kale, chard, broccoli and squash - to early childhood centers and schools, develop an educational program about food, and sell some of its produce through a mobile market in the neighborhoods.

Foundation to provide fresh produce to DC's poorest areas - Laredo Morning Times: State

lmtonline.com — The foundation plans to distribute produce - seasonal vegetables such as kale, chard, broccoli and squash - to early childhood centers and schools, develop an educational program about food, and sell some of its produce through a mobile market in the neighborhoods.

Foundation to provide fresh produce to DC's poorest areas - Clay Center Dispatch On-Line: State

ccenterdispatch.com — The foundation plans to distribute produce - seasonal vegetables such as kale, chard, broccoli and squash - to early childhood centers and schools, develop an educational program about food, and sell some of its produce through a mobile market in the neighborhoods.

Foundation to provide fresh produce to DC's poorest areas

wtop.com — BETHESDA, Md. (AP) - Children in some of D.C.'s poorest neighborhoods could soon have more access to fresh produce if an education foundation's plan comes to fruition. The Bainum Family Foundation acquired a 263-acre Virginia farm in 2015 and wants to use the Middleburg property to grow fruits and vegetables to serve families in the District's Wards 7 and 8.

Foundation to provide fresh produce to DC's poorest areas - HeraldCourier.com: News

heraldcourier.com — BETHESDA, Md. (AP) - Children in some of D.C.'s poorest neighborhoods could soon have more access to fresh produce if an education foundation's plan comes to fruition. The Bainum Family Foundation acquired a 263-acre Virginia farm in 2015 and wants to use the Middleburg property to grow fruits and vegetables to serve families in the District's Wards 7 and 8.

Foundation to provide fresh produce to DC's poorest areas - Roanoke Times: Wire

roanoke.com — The foundation plans to distribute produce - seasonal vegetables such as kale, chard, broccoli and squash - to early childhood centers and schools, develop an educational program about food, and sell some of its produce through a mobile market in the neighborhoods.
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Aug 17, 2016

@branduh_ Move to DC my friend! Dreams come true here.


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