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Locally Grown Organic Food

Making affordable, locally and regionally-grown organic food available to all, rich, middle-income and poor, must become a top priority for city and county governments across the nation. Making the transition to organic food and farming stimulates the local economy, improves public health, sequesters enormous amount of climate destabilizing greenhouse gases, and protects the environment.



May 15, 5:00 p.m
3327 W. Cary Street

Community gardeners are invited to come celebrate the start of the gardening season with us! Share what is happening at your garden this season, learn about resources, workshops, get to know the other folks engaged in community gardening in the Richmond area.