Posted Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The impressive series of greenhouse canopies covering three-and-a-half urban acres in Cleveland's Central neighborhood provide the perfect environment for growing. Not just for the three million heads of lettuce and three-hundred-thousand pounds of herbs that Green City Growers will produce there each year. It's also nurturing the idea that food can provide economic sustenance. Growing jobs in the city, Tuesday at 9:00 join host Mike McIntyre on The Sound of Ideas.
Mary Donnell, CEO, Green City Growers Cooperative
Lillian Kuri, program director, Cleveland Foundation
Alayne Reitman, board chair, Green City Growers Cooperative
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