We have at times been forced to rely on just this sort of “public food” to be able to have fresh fruit and herbs, foraging whatever we can find in our communities. It is good to know that others are aware of this need and deliberately increasing the resources available to low-income folk.
August 12, 2014
By: Rob Greenfield
We’re spreading food gardens all over America and making food free, the way it used to be. We’re planting fruits, veggies, herbs, and wildflowers in and around your city, giving out free seeds, and funding community gardens and sustainability projects. This is a grassroots movement that involves you! Come plant with us anywhere along the tour, or reach out to us for free seeds or garden support in your area. Read on for more!
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