Plans are under way for a community and school garden project at Free State High School.
The unique partnership involving school officials, Free State High ag students, parents, K-State Research and Extension, a local chef, a grocery chain and other community members began to take shape in June.
The project will include plots for members of the community as well as a garden managed by the school's ag ed students. Students will also operate a farmers market and sell garden produce to the school's cafeteria.
Read more about the Lawrence Community and Learning Garden project here.
A news video by Lawrence's Channel Six can be viewed here.