Urban Farming for Food Security

One Beautiful Tomato and Lots of Cucumbers

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FluxRostrum | Feb 26, 2011

Will Allen and the Growing Power team presented workshops on farming in urban settings and empowering youth and low income neighborhoods with fresh local produce at Our School at Blair Grocery.


Audio and light problems plague much of this … sorry about the technical difficulties.

Growing Power Weekend – Urban Farming for Food Security


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  12. I think Cuba favors urban farming. I think it’s a great idea and a wonderful experience for those who participate in it.

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