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Kindergartener Landon Silva picks a cabbage as fourth grader Brenden Carne assists him on Friday afternoon (02-01-13)  in the Gratton School garden. Gratton School has a winter garden and were preparing to make salsa with cabbage grown there. Also pictured at back watching are Dakota Dutey (left) and Anabel Gallego.
JOAN BARNETT LEE/jlee@modbee.com Kindergartener Landon Silva picks a cabbage as fourth grader Brenden Carne assists him on Friday afternoon (02-01-13) in the Gratton School garden. Gratton School has a winter garden and were preparing to make salsa with cabbage grown there. Also pictured at back watching are Dakota Dutey (left) and Anabel Gallego. The Modesto Bee
JOAN BARNETT LEE/jlee@modbee.com Kindergartener Landon Silva picks a cabbage as fourth grader Brenden Carne assists him on Friday afternoon (02-01-13) in the Gratton School garden. Gratton School has a winter garden and were preparing to make salsa with cabbage grown there. Also pictured at back watching are Dakota Dutey (left) and Anabel Gallego. The Modesto Bee

Denair school's garden helps teach students about health

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