TFFJ at Unison Featured in Education Week

Teens for Food Justice’s after-school program at The Urban Assembly Unison School was featured in Education Week.

“Some middle school students in New York are learning about hydroponic farming thanks to an unusual after-school program.

The Urban Assembly Unison School in Brooklyn is part of the ExpandED Schools network and began offering the program last year. It’s run by Teens for Food Justice, a nonprofit that works in Title I schools to train students to become urban farmers.” Check out the full article, “After School Program Teaches Students About Urban Farming, Nutrition”  here.

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