feature: “15 urban farms and activists that are changing the way we eat”
October 9, 2015
Check out “15 Urban Farms and Activists That Are Changing the Way We Eat” via The Root. The Root have profiled these farms for being standout examples of self-sufficiency and alternatives to genetically modified food, stating: “In many communities of color, people are awakening to the increased self-sufficiency gained from growing their own fruits and vegetables and getting produce from farmers in the community who refuse to use harmful pesticides and genetically modified organisms so often found in products at the store. These community farms and activists are creating a new culinary culture in the African-American community and diversifying the concept of farm to table.” See the chosen 15 below.
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor
Maria Taylor, Three Part Harmony Farm
Kadiri Sennefer Ra, D-Town Farm
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