Natchitoches Jr. High’s JAG members extend their gratitude to Jonathan Gros of The Good Food Project, who was a guest speaker on Sept. 18. Gros emphasized the importance of growing food organically and making healthier food choices.
In 2017, NJH-JAG fostered a partnership with The Good Food Project to implement four garden beds. The program is thankful for the partnership and excited to continue growing together.
The Good Food Project works to connect children with healthier food options, healthier behaviors, and improved health outcomes.