Indy urban farming group works to improve community health

06/14/2013 | NUVO (Indianapolis)

An urban farming nonprofit called Growing Places Indy has begun initiatives throughout Indianapolis to promote healthy eating and locally grown produce. The group's activities include a volunteer-run garden that supplies produce to a food stand, a donation-based yoga class that funds matching money for food stamp recipients who use the food stand, discussions on food issues and a subscriber-based program for weekly deliveries of produce.

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