Through a unique community-supported agriculture program, neighbors in a Boulder, Colorado, subdivision grow fresh, organic food to feed many families. The antithesis of pesticide-laden, monocrop agribusiness, the produce—grown in suburban yards—requires little or no fossil fuels to get from farm to table.Walk along a cluster of streets in Boulder’s Martin Acres subdivision ...
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