Youth garden helps address New Mexico food deserts

There are 1 comment on the Journal-Advocate story from Oct 18, 2013, titled Youth garden helps address New Mexico food deserts. In it, Journal-Advocate reports that:

The colorful Hidalgo County Youth Demonstration Garden in Lordsburg makes use of discarded materials to create functional garden beds.

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Hillary J Shaw

Bilston, UK

#1 Oct 21, 2013
Mexico is facing an obesity and doabetes epidemic due to rapid dietary changes, the spread of fast calorific food like McD's in previously poor areas, more at www.fooddeserts.org

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