City retiree starts urban farm, works...

City retiree starts urban farm, works to fix food deserts

There are 1 comment on the WBAL-TV Baltimore story from Jul 17, 2014, titled City retiree starts urban farm, works to fix food deserts. In it, WBAL-TV Baltimore reports that:

Many people take for granted that they can drive down the street to the nearest grocery store.

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Hillary J Saw

UK

#1 Jul 18, 2014
Good idea,urban gartdens, allotments, farms can act as community hubs, bring youn and old together, imorive the enviuronment,- as well as improve diet and promote exercise, more at www.fooddeserts.org . Sadky we also need to watch for vandalism, theft etc.

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