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By Dan Rudy 

E.A.T.S. seedling sales helping to assemble greenhouse


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Being assembled by high school students and volunteers, the new greenhouse for Evergreen Elementary's EATS Gardening program is coming together. The group is now raising funds to put plexiglass on the structure.

Wrangell's elementary school gardening program is getting its future greenhouse off the ground, hoping to have it ready before next year's growing season.

E.A.T.S. Garden program coordinator Jenn Miller explained the new greenhouse will be bigger and more efficient than the school's old one, a longstanding structure that has seen better days and is now being used primarily for storage.

The high school construction class last year assembled the structure's framing, and this year a group of senior-year students are installing timbers for the roof as their capstone project. By fall, Miller had...

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