BY DEBORAH S. HARTZ-SEELEYSPECIAL TO THE MIAMI HERALD
12/19/2014 7:01 PM 12/20/2014 12:01 AM
On the cutting edge of cultivation, Twin Lakes Elementary School in Hialeah is home to a food forest. Fifty other schools serving elementary-age students in the Miami-Dade school district also have gardens, but Twin Lakes is the only one that features forest gardening.
This garden, like all food forests, is filled with edible plants growing in a way that mimics a natural woodland, explains Eddie Recinos. He started the project about 21/2 years ago when he was an art teacher at the school.