By Josie Shagwert
Today, access to and knowledge about good, healthy food is essential. We live in a day and age where world hunger rates are increasing, obesity is a national epidemic, meals mainly consist of cheaply manufactured ingredients, meat and vegetables are chemically produced, and the traditional method of growing food has become the expensive alternative. We must take back our right to good, healthy food that nourishes our body rather than poisons it. The Worcester Educational (WE) Garden is a simple step in the right direction.
Aside from acting as a traditional community garden, the WE garden is a place where community members can check out creative urban gardening ideas that they can then use to grow fresh produce at home. Continue reading An educational garden for everyone: the WE Garden!