School Children from the Scottish Borders are putting on their own Farmer's market today, as part of a project learning about local produce and business.
The P6 pupils at St Ronan's Primary School in Innerleithen have been communicating with real businesses and exploring food produced locally, as well as learning about food miles and pollution in class.
They have been involved in all areas, from, risk assessment to marketing and managing finances.
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