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Vienna H.S. gets $5K greenhouse grant

VIENNA, IL (KFVS) -

Lowes has given the Vienna, Illinois High School a $5,000 grant for their greenhouse project.

The money will be used to improve the greenhouse structure, a cooling system, hand tools and an automatic watering system.

A horticulture class has also been integrated into the curriculum.

Students are growing cool-season vegetables and herbs and are preparing for bedding plants, hanging baskets, and other vegetables.

The grant was written by Carey and Toni French.

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