University of Michigan students Haley Kerner and Blake McWatters pose for a photo with growing kale at the University of Michigan Campus Farm at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor, Mich. Students in University of Michigan dining halls this fall will eat fresh tomatoes, kale, peppers, cucumbers and a variety of other vegetables grown by their classmates at UM's Campus Farm.
University of Michigan students Haley Kerner and Blake McWatters pose for a photo with growing kale at the University of Michigan Campus Farm at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor, Mich. Students in University of Michigan dining halls this fall will eat fresh tomatoes, kale, peppers, cucumbers and a variety of other vegetables grown by their classmates at UM's Campus Farm. Hunter Dyke AP
University of Michigan students Haley Kerner and Blake McWatters pose for a photo with growing kale at the University of Michigan Campus Farm at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor, Mich. Students in University of Michigan dining halls this fall will eat fresh tomatoes, kale, peppers, cucumbers and a variety of other vegetables grown by their classmates at UM's Campus Farm. Hunter Dyke AP

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September 04, 2017 06:00 AM

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