Unemployment, malnutrition, miseducation and lack of knowledge of self are some of the issues that have hindered inner city youth from reaching their full potential. A systematic blue print that builds upon another must create a foundation for children to follow to overcome these obstacles. Children are the key to providing a fresh approach to improving the conditions in the inner city.
The sustainable economy is an opportunity for children to learn about their connection to the earth for proper food, clean air, and housing.
Growing food connects comm-UNITY of multiple generations while providing a pro active step for food security. As toxic “green” gardens are replaced with sustainable food, there will be a reduction of toxics that enter our local watersheds that lead into Chesepeake Bay.