5 steps for establishing a garden to fight hunger

Establishing a food garden in your school or community can help reduce malnutrition. The Food Plant Solutions Rotarian Action Group promotes innovative solutions, such as community gardens, to end hunger, fight malnutrition, and ensure food security. World Food Day is a great time to think about planting a garden. Here are five steps to get started:

Learn more on the Rotary Service In Action blog and read about a community garden run by Rotarians in Harvard, Illinois.

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