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In a long-abandoned school playground, a small-scale farm is planting seeds for a more equitable and sustaining food system in a neighborhood where fresh, affordable food is hard to come by.
Many organizations see urban agriculture as a way to enhance food security. It also offers environmental, health and social benefits.
Enslavement and sharecropping cannot erase thousands of years of Black people’s sacred relationship with the land.
. This strikingly beautiful short documentary by French director Nora Mandray portrays two unlikely characters as they turn one of Detroit’s many abandoned properties into a three-level greenhouse. .
Filmmakers Dan Susman and Andrew Monbouquette take a road trip to meet the people who are transforming urban lots and rooftops into gardens, and challenging the way this country grows and distributes … Continue reading →
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