Service Member Margolit Sands tells Slow Food USA how crazy her Massachusetts kids are for cranberries

By Margolit Sands, FoodCorps service member

As the Massachusetts climate approaches frosty temperatures, we gathered Boston second and third graders to warm up in the greenhouse and learn all about cranberries.

“Why are we talking about cranberries?,” we asked the children. “There are no cranberries growing in the greenhouse!” The students easily identified the holiday season as a possible reason.

Yet, the idea of cranberries growing here in Massachusetts seemed completely foreign to them.

Read the rest of Margolit’s post on the Slow Food USA blog.