Touch the Soil News #1307 (Feature photo – Allotment Gardens – CCA SA 3.0 Unported)
Singapore, a small island city-state of only 5.7 million people. The nation has been recognized as the most technology-ready nation in the world. As a global center for finance and technology, the people must still eat and make food important.
In a recent Reuters article, Singapore is recognized for making home grown food a priority. The small nation now has over 1,000 allotment gardens located mostly in its national parks. At what point would food be so important in the U.S. for federal development of urban gardens for city dwellers? You can read the full story here: