Detroit’s Good Food Cure

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October 25, 2012

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Detroit's Good Food Cure

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Detroit’s Good Food Cure

“What happens when the Motor City transforms itself into the capital of grow-your-own food? There are more than 1,200 community gardens in Detroit–more per square mile and more per capita than in any other American city. The number of community gardens is just a fraction of the number of kitchen gardens that families grow in yards and side lots. Locals are learning more about nutrition and feeling the health effects of eating the food they grow. ‘I started the gardening work,’ says Dinah Brundidge. ‘It was like a healing process with me, a connection with the earth. The gardening motive gave me a purpose in life.'” { read more }

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