School lunch programs in our state use Washington crops to provide healthy meals for students.
Back-to-school snacks grown in Washington
Drink grape juice!
The Yakima Valley produces most of the juice grapes in the country. The Concord grape, from which grape juice is usually made, originated in Concord, Mass. But the long growing days, dry weather and good soil all combine to make this region of Washington State able to out-compete the juice grape producers of New England.
One cord of wood will produce 942 hardcover textbooks of 100 pages each or 2000 pieces of paper!
Washington crops that feed your brain
Green leafy vegetables, like spinach from Western Washington provide vitamin E that may help memory.