Dig, Eat, & Be Healthy: A Guide to Growing Food on Public Property

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Growing food on public property not only yields a diverse crop of fresh, healthy foods, but also promotes civic participation, public safety, food literacy, jobs skills, and urban greening. This guide provides users with the tools needed to access public land for growing fresh, healthy foods for the community.

CHSC Priority Area(s):

Community Healthy Food Access



Area(s) of Expertise:

Community Gardens


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