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A group of children from Body camp Elementary School had an opportunity to learn about gardening and history this summer.
This is the second year the National D-Day Memorial has grown a victory garden. Each year, the garden is grown by local children.
Victory gardens were part of the homefront during World War II. The idea of the victory gardens was to put more land into cultivation by encouraging people to turn backyards into gardens, growing part of their own food supply.
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