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 Understanding What You Eat 
 Food is not the only reason for community gardening
 Judith Alexander, Dick Schnider, Call Keck, Fran Post, Dan Post, Marla Streator
 Thomas Allen  
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Port Townsend's Local 2020 has tapped into the home
gardening movement as a way to promote stronger
communities. Oh, and eat better for less. 3-part series.
Produced by Tom Allen
Food security is an integral part of any transition from globalized, monopolized systems to resilient local ones. For the Transition Town movement, gardening is an easy sell. And community gardening offers the double benefit of food and community involvement. Port Townsend, Washington's Local 2020 has discovered community gardens are an excellent way to build community. Here's the story of how community gardens can build a more cohesive, involved community and how it happened in Jefferson County, Washington. Port Townsend is the County Seat.

 Judith Alexander on Local 2020 Download Program Podcast
Part 1 of a series
00:14:17 English 2009-09-09
 Port Towsend Washington
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Judith on Local 2020  00:04:48  128Kbps mp3
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Community Gardens or P-Patches?  00:04:42  128Kbps mp3
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Hows and Whys of two gardens  00:04:47  128Kbps mp3
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