Our state's tomatoes are nationally recognized as being among the best in the world. To pay homage to the great work being done in our state and to promote local agriculture, the New Jersey Department of Agriculture honors those who have excelled in providing Jersey Fresh produce to school children in our state. They are the Top Tomatoes in the Jersey Fresh Farm to School Program!
Dr. Brian Repici is the Superintendent of the Black Horse Pike Regional School District in Camden County, which contains three regional high schools: Triton, Highland and Timber Creek Regional High Schools. Timber Creek Regional High School and Triton Regional High School, have organic gardens, created from the vision of the Green Team in the Spring of 2013. The organic gardens were designed and constructed by students and staff. Garden produce supports the cafeteria, local food banks, and community senior centers. Visit http://www.bhprsd.org/ for more information.