The San Diego Food System Alliance is a nonprofit collaborative that brings together businesses, nonprofit organizations, government, local farmers and fishermen and interested and passionate community members to create a Good Food landscape for San Diego County. This podcast explores what Good Food means and highlights the Good Food work being done in our community
3: Urban Agriculture
Urban agriculture is the practice of growing, harvesting and distributing food in an urban setting. Gardens in our cities do more than just beautify, they engage community members, increase access to healthy and fresh food, and reduce our carbon footprint. In this episode, the San Diego Food System Alliance is joined by Kristin Kvernland, Chair of SDSFA Urban Agriculture Working Group and urban farmer, Stepheni Norton of Dickenson Farm.
1 Nov 2018