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Food Deserts and Micro-Farming

Touch the Soil News #1430 (Feature photo – Micro-Farming – courtesy of Kyle Dues)

Good ideas don’t have to come from big companies with lots of capital. Good ideas can come from minds that are working and thinking.

Ohio State campus news “The Lantern” brings us a story of how one student is changing how we deal with food insecurity and food deserts. In developing their micro-farm ideas, Kyle Dues and associate professor Kip Curtis of Ohio State Mansfield campus are making waves. Their micro-farming project just received a $1 million grant to take the ideas further. You can read the full story here:

https://www.thelantern.com/2019/09/ohio-state-mansfield-student-and-professor-create-urban-agricultural-system-for-food-deserts/

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