Fourth-grade student, John Collins, crafts an animal out of cauliflower, lettuce and other vegetables.
Jasmin Estrada works on an edible landscape for her group's project.
Edrick Choute and Selestino Sanchez make trees out of broccoli for their project.
Josue Nunez, Lily Harrison, Ella Miller, Sydney Brugger, Xavier Mayhem and Gabriel Alpert show off their version of Sea World.
Rozalyn Charette,of the county's Food Service Department, works with Olivia Henderson to chop fruit and vegetables.
Students built a mammoth out of potatoes, bananas and other ingredients.
Cameron Holding puts the final touches on his team's project.
Zoe Cummings explains the cucumber lake and toothpick and cucumber cacti her team crafted.
Nine-year-olds Kiara Obando and Yolis Gonzalez show a sketch of the animal they recreated with fruit.
Superintendent Rick Mills shares the importance of eating broccoli, apples and other healthy foods.
Students crafted lions, elephants and other animals out of fruit and vegetables.