Lyn Lomasi Asks Can School Garden Farms Reduce Childhood Hunger?

Posted: July 12, 2010 in Children, Education, Food, Helping Others

As you are reading this, there are children in America who don’t know if they will eat today. How is this possible when America has so many available resources? Are we really using what have to the fullest advantage? Urban gardens are known for reducing hunger. What if we took it a step further and required all schools to have them? Can school garden farms reduce childhood hunger?

Childhood Hunger in America

According to FeedingAmerica.org, 16.7 million American children faced hunger issues in 2008. In a country as abundant as this, why should this be an issue?
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  1. Lyn Lomasi says:

    Thanks for spreading the word! I really hope this helps people! 🙂

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