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I Can Do It Too... Actually Can I ?

Milwaukee, 1993

Will Allen believed that everyone, regardless of their economic status should have access to the same, healthy food, so he founded Growing Power Inc… 445 more words

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Knots News 22.3.2015 Art & Culture can solve global problems???

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Spring is here, it’s planting season in the US and, as usual, I’m thinking about food — earth, water, soil, Sunlight, worms, gardens, flowers, bees, fruit. 551 more words

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PB 14:14 Day 5 - Farmer Will Allen and the Growing Table

Farmer Will Allen and the Growing Table encompasses the valuable theme of growing and eating fresh, healthy food, and it does so without preaching, instead sharing the true story of a basketball-pro-turned-turned-inner-city-farmer, making it accessible and inspiring to kids who might not already be growing a garden of vegetables. 349 more words

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How will Ole Miss baseball look in 2015?

OXFORD — Ole Miss held its annual baseball media day, a yearly gathering in which coach Mike Bianco talks about the team, jokes about questions about who his closer, and suggests that this is finally the year where the Rebels will go to Omaha. 1,049 more words

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Local Class of 2015 football commitments

Wednesday is National Letter of Intent Signing Day. High school athletes across the area will be making their commitments to play at the collegiate level official. 876 more words


"Good Food Revolution" by Will Allen

It’s hard not to participate in food justice or local sustainable food systems without hearing about Will Allen. A literal giant, both in stature and renown, he’s done a lot to critically address the problems with food deserts and the intersectionality of class, poverty, race, and hunger. 146 more words

July 13, 2014: 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time

The good seed.
The good soil.

“The simple truth is that it all starts with the soil” says Will Allen, founder and CEO of Growing Power Inc., an urban farm and community food center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin ( 280 more words