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Digging STEM at the Department of Juvenile Justice Garden Posted: Friday, May 5th, 2017 Students serving time in Leon County's Juvenile Detention Center have been engaging in a science curriculum while getting their hands dirty. The Department of Juvenile Justice reached out to Michele Madison of Farming the Future to help build a garden and aquaponics system. They learn everything from plant biology to the nutrient cycle to engineering, and grow food for their cafeteria.
More on This Story Students serving time in Leon County's Juvenile Detention Center have been engaging in a science curriculum while getting their hands dirty. The Department of Juvenile Justice reached out to Michele Madison of Farming the Future to help build a garden and aquaponics system. They learn everything from plant biology to the nutrient cycle to engineering, and grow food for their cafeteria.
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