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San Francisco Unified School District serves more fresh food and a greater number of meals to their students since switching food providers last year, but the fresh-food program has led to some infrastructure challenges of its own including one problem with four legs and a very bad reputation for carrying disease: rats.
originally posted by: AnuTyr
a reply to: xuenchen
Why not just create a school compost heap.
And use some of the school yard to place the compost in and grow some fruit trees or something overtop it?
That way if kids are hungry and can't afford lunch they can eat from the trees But isn't san fransico in cali where it never rains?