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Let Them Eat Kale!

The folks behind Harlem-based Corbin Hill Farm don’t see sustainably grown local produce as a passing craze for the foodie elite; on the contrary, they’re figuring out a way to make it accessible to low-income communities on a large scale.

By Claire Thompson, from Grist
Reprinted in Utne Reader, September/October 2012
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