Teens for Food Justice’s program at The Urban Assembly Unison School was featured on NY1 News.
“More than $7 million will be allocated to 7 schools in the borough to invest in technology that will help facilitate urban farming education.
“The students are going to lead the way in dealing with the food deserts. Food deserts are not going to exist in our community because our children are going to be the solution,” said Adams.
The new greenhouse will be created with help from Teens for Food Justice, a non-profit that teaches teens all about growing food and healthy eating.”
Check out the full article, “Brooklyn Borough President Invests In Urban Farming Education In The City” here.