A Farm That Teaches Low-Income Kids About Food Deserts — And Self-Sufficiency

When he was a grad student at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro a few years ago, Kamal Bell researched food deserts. And his work led him to vow that, after graduating from the school, which he also attended as an undergraduate, he’d try to do something about these low-income urban areas where residents can’t buy fresh, high-quality food—a problem, he realized, that was deeply rooted and systemic. “Instead of complaining about the issue, I wanted to give back, to help people alleviate the problem,” he says.

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