The co-founders and core leadership held the second meeting of the Fertile Ground Food Cooperative on Tuesday, Aug. 13, at Chavis Community Center in Raleigh. The grassroots effort aims to improve access to healthy food in Southeast Raleigh, which has been deemed a food desert by the USDA.
The co-founders and core leadership held the second meeting of the Fertile Ground Food Cooperative on Tuesday, Aug. 13, at Chavis Community Center in Raleigh. The grassroots effort aims to improve access to healthy food in Southeast Raleigh, which has been deemed a food desert by the USDA. LORI D.R. WIGGINS
The co-founders and core leadership held the second meeting of the Fertile Ground Food Cooperative on Tuesday, Aug. 13, at Chavis Community Center in Raleigh. The grassroots effort aims to improve access to healthy food in Southeast Raleigh, which has been deemed a food desert by the USDA. LORI D.R. WIGGINS

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