4 Veggies You’ve Got to Get

August 1, 2009 at 12:11 am 1 comment

Sunny gives you a tour of the FoodCycles outdoor market garden and hands you a rundown on what’s being grown. Turns out that there’s benefits to being the “front lawn” for the first urban park in Ontario, let alone Canada. Having a nice hike, sitting by a lake and getting some awesome exercise through farming is all within reach. See the first part of the report at http://bit.ly/JOAe5. For more on the original building event posting see http://bit.ly/kLrw. [FoodCycles Report Jul 31 2009 Part B]

See the full video post at FoodCycles.org


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