Community gardens dole out small plots of land and encourage people with limited access to fresh produce to grow their own.
Now, there’s a new twist on that model springing up across the country: edible food forests.
Imagine turning a public park into a free-for-all of community plants – and snacks.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Luke Runyon of Harvest Public Media reports on a new food forest planting its roots in a tiny Colorado mountain town.
- Luke Runyon, reporter for KUNC in northern Colorado and Harvest Public Media, a public radio reporting project that focuses on agriculture and food production issues. He tweets @LukeRunyon.