Common Ground: A Community Garden on Company Land
At one end of the Syntex company’s land there is a sloping four-acre plot. In 1972, that land was virtually barren; even the weeds had a hard time there. It was sitting in reserve; in time, the company would build on it. Today that land is a flourishing garden and is producing an almost unbelievable amount of vegetables. It is run by Ecology Action, and it is called Common Ground.
KeywordsClay Toxicity Europe Petroleum Transportation
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