Seeds in the Middle, named by fourth graders in central Brooklyn, inspires parents, educators, students and their community to access all opportunities, beginning with improving their health, enhancing arts education and greening their environment. The pilot elementary school is PS 221 in Crown Heights, a neighborhood with one of New York City’s highest obesity, diabetes, and heart disease rates. The program encompasses every class at PS 221, plus the surrounding community. Hear from the students, and organizers as HRN’s Kathline Chery visits the school to get the low down on the program and how the kids have responded. This program was sponsored by Whole Foods Market.