Marginalized communities are often hit first and hardest by food scarcity and overpricing due to climate change, @plantingjustice is trying to change that. By training formerly incarcerated people to work in sustainable agriculture, the group has already built 250 edible gardens around the Bay Area. These gardens give communities control over their own food sources while helping reduce carbon pollution. To learn more about @plantingjustice or get involved, visit plantingjustice.org. - The Years Project

Marginalized communities are often hit first and hardest by food scarcity and overpricing due to climate change, @plantingjustice is trying to change that. By training formerly incarcerated people to work in sustainable agriculture, the group has already built 250 edible gardens around the Bay Area. These gardens give communities control over their own food sources while helping reduce carbon pollution. To learn more about @plantingjustice or get involved, visit plantingjustice.org.

Marginalized communities are often hit first and hardest by food scarcity and overpricing due to climate change, @plantingjustice is trying to change that. By training formerly incarcerated people to work in sustainable agriculture, the group has already built 250 edible gardens around the Bay Area. These gardens give communities control over their own food sources while helping reduce carbon pollution. To learn more about @plantingjustice or get involved, visit plantingjustice.org.

Marginalized communities are often hit first and hardest by food scarcity and overpricing due to climate change, @plantingjustice is trying to change that. By training formerly incarcerated people to work in sustainable agriculture, the group has already built 250 edible gardens around the Bay Area. These gardens give communities control over their own food sources while helping reduce carbon pollution. To learn more about @plantingjustice or get involved, visit plantingjustice.org.

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