Eagle Hill students make use of school garden


Eagle Hill School students, from left, CJ Marino and Nathan Cohen deliver a wheelbarrow of fresh vegetables up to the school’s kitchen for use by chef Carlos Caban and his crew.

The school garden was purchased through proceeds from the annual benefit in 2010 and is now a vibrant source of vegetables for the school dining room as well as a training tool in the academic areas (science, math, community service). Eagle Hill School is a renowned school in Greenwich for children ages six to 16 with language-based learning disabilities.

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