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View of Jackson, Wyoming

A view of Jackson, Wyoming, from Snow King Mountain.

Planet Forward Senior Correspondent | Middlebury College
After years without fresh produce, this isolated community in Wyoming created an innovative farm that yields more than 100,000 pounds of food per year.
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Urban farming provides Americans with a new, innovative method for decreasing food instability.
Profile of an Urban Gardener
Profile of an Urban Gardener
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Frank Asher owns Old City Farm and Guild in the D.C. neighborhood of Shaw, a community green space much needed in the concrete jungle of the District. 
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Prior to beginning my journey as the premier garden queen in residence of Foggy Bottom, I grew up in the metro Atlanta suburbs with a big backyard and parents who actively promoted the importance of doing chores to a child’s development.
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A brief introduction of GWU's green roof project.        
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This video gives you a glimpse at the work of Rooftop Roots, an organization that grows produce on the rooftops of buildings throughout the DMV.      
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My submission focuses on the GroW Garden, a community composting and gardening center run by GW students in conjunction with the Office of Sustainability.    
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The subject of my piece on urban sustainability is City Blossoms, a DC-based non-profit that works to create kid-friendly green spaces around the District. I specifically recorded at Girard Community Garden, located in Columbia Heights, during a... Read More
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I created a story map about urban rooftop farming. A story map is an application that provides an interactive experience for the user that both engages and educates.
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In the very same neighborhood in Northeast D.C. where social workers hand out sterile needles to drug users once a week, RonDell Pooler is growing, producing and selling fresh produce to battle food access problems.

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