Miller said schools across West Virginia have come a long way when it comes to being health-conscious, but events like Wednesday's need to become the norm.
"It used to be maybe once a week you'd have a non-processed, made-from-scratch meal. As we progress with nutritional standards, we are moving forward," she said. "Farm-to-school for me is not just a one-time event. What I want to do is find longevity in the program so that I can say every single day at every school in Kanawha County, we're going to have something fresh from a local farmer.
"But I have to find other farmers to be able to bring that quantity into Kanawha County."
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