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How Should We Farm?

Overview

In this lesson pupils will learn about different farming methods.  They will consider the advantages and disadvantages of these methods and learn how to identify labels that indicate how food has been farmed.  Finally, they will explore the shopping habits of their school community and consider the wider implications these habits may have. 
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