Bootstrapping the Ability to Grow and Maintain Food Gardens

Touch the Soil News #1636 (Feature Photo – Duron Chavis – Courtesy of Happy Natural  https://thenaturalfestival.com/about-us/) The Richmond Free Press brings us the story of Duron Chavis and his non-profit effort to construct and deliver hundreds of garden beds in the Richmond area. Called the Resiliency Garden Project, the organization delivers the raised beds at…

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Still Believing in A Future

Touch the Soil News #1591 (Feature photo – Harlem Grown, courtesy of http://www.harlemgrown.org/) The Earth Institute journalist Lydia Wood-Hull brings us the story of Harlem Grown. It is a story of inspiration in helping underprivileged children gain a foothold in our competitive world. Ninety percent of the children that work on the farm live below…

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