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    P-Patches, Part 2: Local Food from Local Gardens
    April 17, 2008
    Next up is Green Acre Radio with stories of sustainable living, the environment and you. This week we continue the three part series on community gardens, otherwise known as “p-patches.” Urban community gardens are becoming an important part of the local food supply and a sustainable solution for alleviating hunger, as well as, the climate impacts from transporting food. This week we join local gardeners and learn about a Local Food Action Initiative.
    Reporter: Martha Baskin Green Acre Radio Episode 10 Full Version (mp3)

    P-Patches, Part 3: Marra Farm

    April 24, 2008
    To begin our Earth Day section, Martha Baskin of Green Acre Radio concludes her 3 part series on community gardens with a visit to Marra Farm. Like Picardo P-Patch from Part I of this series, Marra is a historical farm within Seattle city limits. At Marra, growing food for as many people as possible isn't only a mission appealing to adults, but a hands-on (and sometimes funny) educational experience for children.
    Reporter: Martha Baskin Green Acre Radio Episode 11 (mp3)

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