Local gardens are way to go to fight hunger and obesity at same time

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Nourishing the Planet was recently featured in Wisconsin’s The Capital Times.

The article discusses our country’s broken food system, where more than 100 million people are obese, but where 36.3 million go to bed hungry. But initiatives such as local community gardens are ensuring that people have access to healthy and nutritious food.

Click here to read the article.

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