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FARM TO CAMPUS
Campbellsville University joins Farm to Campus program in Kentucky

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 3:31 AM EDT
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky.


Campbellsville University has joined the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's Farm to Campus program.

By joining the initiative, the school will make more local food available to students.

State Agriculture Commissioner James Comer was in Campbellsville for the announcement.

As part of the program, the Agriculture Department will partner with the school to put more shelf-stable Kentucky Proud products in the school's bookstore and more farm-fresh products in the school's food service system.

Campbellsville is the sixth university to join the Farm to Campus program. The others are Asbury University, Eastern Kentucky University, the University of Louisville, Morehead State University and the University of Pikeville.










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