Turning front yards into neighborhood gardens is a better way to use resources, and deliver fresh foods to urban food deserts.
If there’s a project in your neighborhood that needs “doing,” here’s an organized checklist to make it happen.
A bright yellow bench is a signal that someone is happy to have a chat with you. It’s a smart way to combat the isolation of these last years.
A community garden adds so much — from fresh food to local engagement. Here are some smart tips to getting one started.