By Vanessa Richins
It all comes down to money.
Administrators in the Los Angeles Unified School district find themselves with a $460-million budget deficit, which will likely mean increasing class sizes and discontinuing programs.
One of the threatened projects is their blossoming urban garden educational program.
It was started years ago when a man named Mud Baron started volunteering in the district. Years later the district was able to hire him and others as garden instructors.
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