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Today we’re here with a very dear friend of mine, who actually grew up down the street. And he’s talking with us about food policies, sustainable diets, and how to find peace and happiness by getting outdoors.
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Can a tomato change a child’s life? “Yes,” says artist and designer Ron Finley, also known as the Gangsta Gardener. Ron planted a curbside garden in the strip of soil in front of his house in LA. The city tried to shut it down. So Ron accidentally started a revolution.
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