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Mar 27, 2014
Syngenta Selects Seed Grant Program RecipientsSource: Syngenta Flowers

Syngenta has selected the inaugural recipients of the Syngenta Grow More Vegetables seed grant program.

Syngenta has selected the inaugural recipients of the Syngenta Grow More Vegetables seed grant program.

Selected from more than 200 entries by schools and organizations across the U.S., the three applicants received garden grant packages that create opportunities to educate local communities on the benefits of fresh vegetable production and consumption.

The recipients are:

  • Elementary and Middle School Category — Centreville Elementary (Centreville, Va.)
  • High School and FFA Chapter Category — Colby Middle/High School (Colby, Wis.)
  • Community Garden Category — Garfield Community Action Team (Pittsburgh)

Each school or organization receives a garden package including seed, supplies and a monetary stipend.

For more information on each of the recipients or the Syngenta Grow More Vegetables program, visit www.vegetables.syngenta-us.com.




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