The Rise of Urban Gardens

 

Nordahl speaks to Seattle residents about the benefits of their public produce project. Free, readily available public produce holds the key to getting healthy again, he says.

Author Darrin Nordahl says fresh, free produce should be as accessible as fast food. Check out this article¬†about¬†how “free, readily available public produce holds the key to getting healthy again”.

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