New Sensory Garden at Campus Fun and Learn Child Development Center helps kids learn about nature

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A new Suffern garden project is helping students learn and appreciate nature.



The Sensory Garden project at the Campus Fun and Learn Child Development Center will feature a variety of plants including a butterfly bush.



Employees and interns from the tax advisory firm KPMG worked to build the garden.



The garden, which opens Friday, will provide a unique learning experience for kids aged 6 months to 5 years old.


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