Atlanta creates the nation’s largest free food forest with hopes of addressing food insecurity

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>make urban cities more edible Now there’s a phrase I never expected to read.


>The forest is in the Browns Mill neighborhood of southeast Atlanta, where the closest grocery store is a 30-minute bus ride away. That’s insane.


This sounds awesome! Also, ” as recently as 2014, it was illegal to grow food on residential lots in the city”… Why?


There’s a big (and growing) food forest in Seattle too. It’s a great idea.


Reminds me of the new little food pantries (like the little libraries).