Tough to beat local community and local love. Thanks to the Durham Herald-Sun for its lovely feature on the Sol Food Mobile Farm!
Can you believe it’s less than a month before these guys take off? Will they be stopping in YOUR community?
Sol Food Mobile Farm bringing sol back into environment
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By Emily Greshes
DURHAM – The Sol Food Mobile Farm, a 57 passenger school bus, transformed into a home and greenhouse, is embarking on a six-month national campaign to teach people the fundamentals of gardening and outdoor living.
This idea was brought to life by four friends, all with a focus in environmental science, whose goal is to plant 10 community gardens in 10 different urban settings. The plan is to travel all along the border of the U.S., traveling 7,000 miles in just six months, beginning in June.
Read more: The Herald-Sun – Sol Food Mobile Farm bringing sol back into environment
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