Just like reading, writing and arithmetic, Rapides Academy for Advanced Academics sixth graders are learning how beneficial sustainable gardening is with the help of the Good Food Project.

The Good Food Project is a program of the Food Bank of Central Louisiana that distributes food grown in its demonstration garden to clients and teaches community members how to grow their own food. The program also partners with schools to grow their own gardens and teach students about gardening, food preparation and health.

Students are able to implement the garden with what they’ve learned in other subjects like English language arts, math, science and history, said Jessica Smith, teacher garden sponsor.

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For example, students were encouraged by principal Jenifer Scott and Smith encouraged students

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By Sudipto Ganguly

PARIS, May 23 (Reuters)Barbora Krejcikova’s French Open title defence ended in the opening round on Monday as local hope Diane Parry was roared to a 1-6 6-2 6-3 victory against the second-seeded Czech.

Krejcikova, who defeated Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkovain the 2021 final to win her maiden Grand Slam title, arrived at Roland Garros without any competitive matches under her belt since February due to an elbow injury.

But she breezed through the opening set against the 97th-ranked Parry, who was facing a top-10 opponent for the first time in her career, in 34 minutes before her rustiness showed.

The 19-year-old Parry turned the match on its head by winning the second set as errors and double faults began to creep into Krejcikova’s game.

Krejcikova took a lengthy break after losing the second set and was booed by the partisan French

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Ours Fitzroy is an amalgamation of a few very ‘Melbourne’ things; shopping, art and our amazing creative community.

Located on Johnston Street, the new creative concept space spans two distinct levels. Downstairs, the shopfront houses local furniture, homewares, clothing, and art, which are all available for purchase. You’ll find designs from emerging furniture makers Objects By Kit, and Billy Furniture, alongside ceramics from Amiee Byrne; activewear from Nu Form Movement and Melbourne start-ups FIGR and Happy Society.

‘Ours has always been about bringing all of these things into one place and showing them off, unashamedly, because we should all be really proud and hyped about where we come from, the people we know and the amazing things they are making,’ founder Zane Curwen-Walker says.

Meanwhile, upstairs serves as a unique Airbnb, bringing the ‘locally curated collection to life’ in a one-bedroom apartment.

‘The accommodation was always meant

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Homeowners are always looking for different ways to transform their home’s look with features and decors to grab their guest’s attention. If you have the same desire to add a touch of elegance and coziness to your beautiful home, you should try sprucing up your walls. And one of the ways to do this is to use versatile canvas prints. This article will discuss the 7 excellent benefits of decorating your home with canvas prints.

Today, these wall furnishings have become a popular alternative to traditional framed photos and paintings for some justified reasons! Whether it is your favorite Vincent Van Gough or a family photo from last Christmas, we will give you seven great benefits of decorating your home with canvas prints.

But before that, let’s learn what exactly a canvas print is?

What Are Canvas Prints?

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In a canvas print, the image is either:

  • Printed directly on the
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