"When kids from the Washburn school district were picked to travel to the White House in April to help first lady Michelle Obama plant a South Lawn vegetable garden, it was a very big deal to the town of about 2,000 residents.
"Then the group was asked to return.
"Five students and two school employees leave today to join other students in helping Obama and celebrity chef Rachael Ray harvest and prepare food from the garden....
“'There is this little dot of a school district in Wisconsin that is having an impact that resonated with the first lady,' said Superintendent Tom Wiatr. 'That’s just cool.'”
Written by Jana Hollingsworth for the Duluth News Tribune. Read the full article here.
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News articles featuring local food projects that are occurring in the Chequamegon Bay area