Early this spring, students in the new Plant to Plate program at the Family Care Center's alternative high school began by planting vegetables in donated bourbon barrels in the center's courtyard. The program is a service project of this year's class of Leadership Lexington, for local professionals.
Early this spring, students in the new Plant to Plate program at the Family Care Center's alternative high school began by planting vegetables in donated bourbon barrels in the center's courtyard. The program is a service project of this year's class of Leadership Lexington, for local professionals. Herald-Leader
Early this spring, students in the new Plant to Plate program at the Family Care Center's alternative high school began by planting vegetables in donated bourbon barrels in the center's courtyard. The program is a service project of this year's class of Leadership Lexington, for local professionals. Herald-Leader