Students of the Gwendolyn Brooks College Preparatory Academy in Chicago (USA) received in the presence of the royal couple,  a gift: a study tour to the Netherlands. This happened during the economic mission 2015 and the visit of the royal family to the US. The study tour is offered by companies out of business in horticulture and agriculture that participates the economic mission.

PlantLab was one of the participants.

Press release in dutch:

Persbericht – Bedrijven economische missie VS geven studiereis cadeau


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