Goldsboro teenagers tackle nutrition issue
By From staff reports
Published in News on August 1, 2014 1:46 PM
Kamrie Risku, 17, left, and Zion Culley, 18, remove nut grass from the small farm at the Center for Environmental Farming Systems on Wednesday morning during a SWARM youth program.
A group of teens is working in Goldsboro to break the cycles of nutrition deficiency and obesity among themselves and others. SWARM, or Students Working for an Agricultural Revolutionary Movement, is a teen leadership group, offered through the Center...
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