GREENWICH, Conn. -- Students at Eagle Hill School in Greenwich discovered firsthand just what it takes to grow vegetables -- and eat them, too.
The school's garden was built and planted several years ago with funds from the school's annual benefit to serve as a learning experience for students and as a source of fresh vegetables for the school's kitchen, according to Eagle Hill.
The students picked a huge bowl of leafy greens that will be used in salads served at the school.
Eagle Hill offers a language-based, remedial program committed to educating children with learning disabilities, according to its website.
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