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North Bay Nonprofit Feeds Thousands Of Students, Guides Them Toward Sustainability

Video Credit: CBS 5 SF KPIX - Duration: 02:22s - Published
North Bay Nonprofit Feeds Thousands Of Students, Guides Them Toward Sustainability

North Bay Nonprofit Feeds Thousands Of Students, Guides Them Toward Sustainability

During a recent lunch time meal at Willow Creek Academy in Sausalito, the menu included sloppy joes, fresh fruit and sliced carrots with ranch dressing.

Everything on the students' plates was made from scratch, non-GMO, organic and locally sourced.

Allen Martin reports on local non-profit teaching kids about sustainability.

(3//20/20)

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