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Myrtleford Times - - News -

A bit of com­mu­nity co-op­er­a­tion has gained Mt Beauty Sec­ondary Col­lege a ‘VegTrug’, which is a sturdy raised wooden gar­den bed. Lab tech­ni­cian Sharon Lid­den ap­plied to School Gar­dens Vic­to­ria and was awarded around $1000 for the VegTrug plus ad­di­tional gar­den equip­ment, which was sup­plied by gar­den de­sign­ers Takasho. The North East Home Im­prove­ment Cen­tre in Mt Beauty then chipped in with a me­tre of gar­den soil to get things go­ing. The VegTrug will be used by the Food Tech­nol­ogy stu­dents to grow vegeta­bles and herbs to sup­port their cook­ery pro­gram. All set to get gardening are (rear) Brad Wil­son of Takasho and MBSC’s Sharon Lid­den; (front) stu­dents Heath Niedzwiedzki and Josh An­gelini, and Nick Poz­zan of North East Home Im­prove­ments.

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