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Baltimore, if I recollect correctly, has integrated local agriculture into its school system as well.

Years of links to urban and advanced agriculture at http://cityag.blogspot.com

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Solar IS Civil Defense

by gmoke on Mon Sep 26th, 2022 at 07:35:37 PM EST
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yeah, I know about that. It's a new nabe project, not a Balt City PS project. Morgan State is a private uni, providing technical advice and working capital, I suppose.

There are a couple dozen community gardens and compost service ops around that have been operating "illegally" for years, in part because land trust advocacy can't get daylight in local or state gov. BaltCity PS system did donate logistic infrastructure for (county farms and city ag sourced) food bank distro, when schools closed and the economy collapsed under pandemic rules. Every once in a while political scandal erupts over  private-sector quid pro quo (2020 example). So city legitmacy is a big deal.

Thanks for the listserve tip. I usually monitor local coms.

archived Community farm in Cherry Hill, "a church without walls," faces eviction 2021

by Cat on Mon Sep 26th, 2022 at 09:17:30 PM EST
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by Cat on Mon Sep 26th, 2022 at 09:24:18 PM EST
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