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Posted inCLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

Gardeners are reclaiming vacant lots in north Minneapolis and turning them into bountiful gardens for the community. City policies are encouraging the trend.

Queen Frye and Michael Kuykindall founded R. Roots Garden in north Minneapolis, turning four vacant lots into an explosion of vegetables. Their gardens bring people together and give back to a community that faces systemic challenges to accessing healthy foods.