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25.12.2014
Above: Students learn about gardening at Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center in National City on May 16, 2011.
San Diego County will offer free gardening classes as part of an initiative to improve health and combat obesity. San Diego County officials and community leaders announced the initiative at the Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center in National City -- one of the five sites chosen to offer classes starting in June. Above: San Diego County officials and community leaders announce the start of five gardening and education centers, May 16, 2011.
San Diego health officials said a third of all school-aged children are overweight or obese.


Free gardening classes are open to all San Diego County residents at five Regional Garden Education Centers.
The education centers will offer garden education, with classes on technique and management and on-going classes for gardeners of all levels, the county said in a release. The garden centers will be located in National City, Encinitas, City Heights, Spring Valley and South San Diego. That's why San Diego County is launching a gardening project to teach people how to grow their own food. Cheryl Moder, director of the San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative said the problem stems from neighborhoods surrounded by unhealthy choices.


Any resident from San Diego County is eligible to enroll in the free classes at any of the five centers.



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