by Justine Kenin and Becky Lettenberger
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Twin sisters Annie and Veda visit a community garden in Washington, D.C., where they help a neighbor with her vegetable garden and learn about composting and other garden chores, garden pests, and harvesting and eating the crops.
June 12, 2010 City kids learn a lot of valuable tools for survival, like how to ride subways and push the buttons on elevators. But a lot of city kids think that green is just the color of a streetlight. Not Annie and Veda, two 5-year-old girls living in Washington, D.C., who now know that fresh vegetables don't just come from the market.
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