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More COVID19 food and agriculture resources?

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heh. I need to pick up my "victory garden" game. I was working Bal'more public school/"home school" social media the past couple weeks, as cabin fever ticked up. Sadly, this week school resumes regular lesson plans with gerry-rigged online teaching.

One big problem in Bal'more --which has cultivate diverse nabe co-ops for cultivation and distribution-- is scale substitution for chain grocery,  multifamily rental housing demographic, not to mention, contradictory "distance" orders and PR from Larry "mag-lev" Hogan's office. Several established orgs have shuttered group events in community gardens.

I do however detect press notes publicizing surrounding county, small Ag direct marketing to city residents.

by Cat on Mon Apr 6th, 2020 at 08:57:20 PM EST
I was surprised that there was no state level activities I could include in this list of food and ag resources.  Wonder what they are up to, if anything at all.

Went for a bike ride yesterday on the Charles River to see if the cherry trees were in bloom.  Not yet there though some of the street cherry trees I know are flowering.

Trying to pay attention.  Good luck with your community garden game this year.

Solar IS Civil Defense

by gmoke on Tue Apr 7th, 2020 at 06:57:12 PM EST
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