Cities can use vacant land and manpower to build stronger food systems that improve nutrition for low-income communities, says Ken Dunn, whose Resource Center creates urban gardens in Chicago neighborhoods. "Urban agriculture can be the anchor for urban revitalization," he told a gathering in Toledo, Ohio.
Urban gardens improve nutrition, build neighborhoods, expert says
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