No Supermarkets, But 130 Community Gardens to Help Nourish a City

No Supermarkets, But 130 Community Gardens to Help Nourish a City

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“Although Mike Devlin was trained as a lawyer, his love for gardening led him down an unexpected career path.”

Devlin lives and works in Camden City, New Jersey, an impoverished city with a lack of fresh food. As a new resident 30 years ago, he became involved in community gardening. Today his garden club and other neighborhood programs provide fresh produce to a significant number of people in a food desert with zero supermarkets willing to operate there.

Get involved with the Camden Children’s Garden & Camden City Garden Club, Inc on Facebook.

(READ the full story from the CS Monitor)

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