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August 26, 2014 6:08 PM

Growing up green: Program teaches boys about agriculture and more

Cargill Cares provided $225,000 for a land purchase that has anchored Boys Grow in south Kansas City. Through the program founded by John Gordon Jr., urban kids learn not only farming but how to make their way in the business world. Avocado hot sauce, anyone?

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