On average, your food travels a thousand miles in order to reach to your local grocery. One way to challenge this inefficient food system is to grow your own food.  If you’re unable to grow food in your own yard, community gardens are a great alternative that usually operate with members adopting and maintaining their own personal plots or working with others in a communal space. Check out this resource to understand more about urban agriculture in Boston.

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