A proposed Urban Food Park in the Tampa Bay region would teach city residents to grow their own food, which foods are healthiest and what is involved in the entire food experience from farm to kitchen to fork to community.
I teach a seminar in regional and community sustainability and, in each of the last two weeks, a student has wondered why I was including in our curriculum subjects such as home affordability and cultural preservation.
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