How urban farms in New York schools are raising food to fight inequality – Curbed

Teens For Food Justice was featured in Curbed on September 27th, 2018.

“This high-tech take on farm-to-table, however, is being built for the cafeteria of a New York City public school in Manhattan.

As part of a nonprofit program called Teens for Food Justice, a handful of schools in Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Manhattan have turned spare classrooms, unused science labs, and, in one case, an empty closet into urban hydroponic farms, an experiment in self-sufficiency, science education, and food equity.” Read the full article here.

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