Roots in Farming: Farm Experiences from the M-NCPPC Family

A few weeks back, a group of employees at the Prince George’s Planning Department, gave personal reflections on Roots in Farming: Farm Experiences from the M-NCPPC Family” as a part of the workplace professional development and lecture series. The purpose of the discussion was share our collective experience around the food system, while integrating these experiences with our daily work.

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What’s Land Got to Do with It!?

If  you’re in Harlem this Saturday, head to the Black Urban Growers Conference. Ced Southerland and I are presenting on the impact of zoning ordinances on local food systems. What if we told you that the one policy that controls local food production, distribution, and consumption has nothing to do with food; but is driven […]

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