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Food for Thought: We must invest if we want to raise healthy eaters

Bellingham, Whatcom school districts need food education

Emerald Karlsson
Emerald Karlsson, 5, reaches down to pick carrots as her sister Alexis, 7, shakes off dirt from her carrots at the Common Threads garden at Birchwood Elementary on Aug. 11, 2022. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Laura Plaut Guest Writer
Ask the average Bellingham resident if they agree that when kids eat better, they learn better, act
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