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by Emily Hays | October 20, 2018
New initiative plans to engage with low-income community, charities   Tamara Wright first got involved in the food equity movement when Todd Neimeier, known to many as “Farmer Todd,” knocked on her door to ask her to help save the garden at Friendship Court. The organization that had started the garden ...
Credit: Shantell Bingham
Tamara Wright and her son, Legend, stand next to the Friendship Court garden.
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