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KDNK Radio speaks with HCN reporter Kevin Taylor

Audio - January 31, 2014 by Nelson Harvey
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The number of community gardens in the U.S. has been growing in recent years as more people take an interest in producing at least some of their own food. Yet in some western communities, a new and radical approach to communal agriculture is taking root: the edible forest garden.

KDNK Radio's Nelson Harvey spoke with High Country News reporter Kevin Taylor about his latest HCN story "Will an apple a day keep the food desert away?"

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