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 a 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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