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 The strength of Harvest of the Month lies in its ability to reach students in a variety of settings and where they can have the most impact – the classroom, cafeteria, home and community. A successful program is a team effort. With a team in place, you can more effectively implement Harvest of the Month and motivate and empower students to increase consumption of a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables and engage in physical activity every day.