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An urban farming project is providing access to fresh food in food deserts in West Sacramento, CA, and educating people to become farmers in the process.
Through education, community engagement, and a growing land trust, the Urban Farming Institute of Boston is transforming the city’s local food system.
The Netpark Transfer Center Farmer’s Market in Tampa, Florida provides fresh produce as well as information on how to prepare and grow food.
Find out what you can do with a food studies degree!
Ali Kawakita created NOCA?! to give a home to young people who were abused by their parents during their childhood. Working hard in farming or in crafts, they find their way to independence.
It’s important to teach kids about healthy, sustainable food while they are young in order to develop good habits.
What is better way to fight poverty than using skills that you already have?
In an affluent neighborhood of Windhoek, two young men from the former township are selling organic produce. John and Immanuel Negongo are revolutionizing Namibian agriculture.
Kids will love to help you out in the yardfarm!
The local food and urban farming movements in Seattle are growing!
Growing Minds Educational Services is now providing food to a food desert area in Fort Wayne, IN!