Food & Farming: Northern California schools turn to farming to bridge funding gap
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California schools are facing massive budget cuts from the state. The weak economy is forcing some school districts to look at creative ways to bring in revenue and keep classes going. In northern California's Mendocino County one school district has turned to farming to raise funds and feed the community. From Ukiah, Christina Aanestad has more.