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Program Provides Food, Farming Education to Urban Poori
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December 13, 2013 10:14 PM
In many U.S. inner-city neighborhoods, residents live in what is often referred to as a "food desert" - with few options for easy access to healthy foods. As VOA's Ariadne Budianto reports, though, one organization in Washington is trying to help residents of one such neighborhood create their own nutrition oasis.

Program Provides Food, Farming Education to Urban Poor

Published December 13, 2013

In many U.S. inner-city neighborhoods, residents live in what is often referred to as a "food desert" - with few options for easy access to healthy foods. As VOA's Ariadne Budianto reports, though, one organization in Washington is trying to help residents of one such neighborhood create their own nutrition oasis.


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