Updated: Mar 22, 2019
Neighborhoods on the fringes of food deserts, lacking access to fresh fruits and vegetables will be able to have access to healthier food options. In addition, physical health benefits would also be gained in the act of gardening which can provide regular exercise to gardeners while reducing stress. More importantly, the health and wellness of the two groups most vulnerable, children and seniors, could be greatly improved by tending green space.
Did You Know?
Growing a garden is not only good for you it is also good for the environment because it reduces the carbon footprint of your food by decreasing the number of miles it takes to get food from the farm to your kitchen table.