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Victory Garden Initiative helps communities grow their own food

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MILWAUKEE -- Derica Williams spent the morning at the Victory Garden Initiative. The Victory Garden Initiative helps communities grow their own food. This summer they have an urban farm at Concordia Gardens.

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About Victory Garden Initiative (website)

OUR MISSION: Victory Garden Initiative builds communities that grow their own food, creating a community-based, socially just, environmentally sustainable, nutritious food system for all.

Why Victory Gardens?

The Victory Gardens of WWI and WWII supported the war effort. People throughout the United States grew their own food in yards, parks, and community spaces so all available resources could go toward the war effort.

Today, we are once again in our green spaces growing food, but today we are fighting a different kind of battle. We are fighting for food security and the health of our ecosystems. We are fighting for resilient communities that support one another and for strong local economies. Through gardening we are seeking a connection to the cycle of life, and for good, tasty food...from garden to plate.

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