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Farm to Work: Development of a Modified Community-Supported Agriculture Model at Worksites, 2007-2012.

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Summary of "Farm to Work: Development of a Modified Community-Supported Agriculture Model at Worksites, 2007-2012."

The Farm to Work program is a modified community-supported agriculture model at worksites in Texas.

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Name: Preventing chronic disease
ISSN: 1545-1151
Pages: E181

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