Food Well Alliance hosting event to promote gardening
by Neighbor Staff
12:46 PM, Tuesday, July 28
For the first time in Atlanta, a local food collaboration has formed to help community gardeners build healthier soil through a new Healthy Soil, Healthy Community initiative. The Food Well Alliance, a nonprofit that helps build healthier communit...

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