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Insignificant or Tip of an Iceberg?

Touch the Soil News #601 (feature photo courtesy of gorilla gardening)   “Planting gardens – that are free for everyone, in space that belongs to everyone – shows people that our neighborhoods can be so much better. Our mission is to cover San Diego head-to-toe in free food.” Devon Lantry, a founding member of Eat San Diego     Growing food in public spaces has been a simmering social movement for several years. Decades ago, when my mother was a teenager living in Switzerland during WWII, city parks where planted into potatoes. It was a public project to stabilize access to food during difficult times. In an interview with Devon…

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