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    Students W.B. Saul High School in Roxborough are branching out in their studies. The teenagers, who typically learn about animal husbandry and greenhouse management, have taken on organic vegetable farming.

    As Aaron Mosell reported today, Saul has partnered with the Northwest’s Weavers Way Farms to educate students on various aspects of agriculture and introduce them to new foods.

    Aaron’s got great photos from the Henry Avenue farming space, dubbed Henry Got Crops!

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