Dr. Tim Wood, former executive vice president of research and development for USANA, and his wife, Starleen, visited the Spartan Garden at Corvallis High School a couple weeks ago. During their visit they braved the rain with their dogs and planted a kiwi vine along the fence by the school entrance.

High school students will maintain Spartan Garden throughout the school year, learning in the process where their food comes from, how to grow their own food, the importance of eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, and fostering their appreciation and stewardship for the environment.

The garden is a partnership between the Linus Pauling Institute and Corvallis High School, and is part of LPI’s Healthy Youth Program, which is supported by a grant from USANA via its United for Youth movement.

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2 replies
  1. Dyann Lyon
    Dyann Lyon says:

    Great knowing a new generation will learn how to farm healthy foods! Thanks for keeping the dream of eating as much real food as possible alive!

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  2. Deanna Waters
    Deanna Waters says:

    What an inspiring program for the students! Teach them young how to live a healthier life and that will pass on to future generations as well. Bravo USANA and the Linus Pauling Institute!

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