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Campus harvests

At Bay State colleges, student gardens provide food for mind, body

The student garden at Harvard University, along bustling Mount Auburn Street, often draws second glances from passersby. The student garden at Harvard University, along bustling Mount Auburn Street, often draws second glances from passersby. (John Tlumacki/ Globe Staff)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / September 7, 2010

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CAMBRIDGE — Tomatoes, Swiss chard, jalapeños, and other vegetables are sprouting on college campuses across the state — ready for harvesting this fall as part of a new student movement to promote sustainable agriculture and healthy eating. (Full article: 852 words)

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