Urban Agriculture Takes Root in Rochester

WXXI's Rachel Ward reports on a coalition of urban agriculture advocates hoping to find a new way to deal with hunger in Rochester neighborhoods. 

Advocates say new approaches are needed now more than ever because difficult economic times have increased demand at food banks at the same time donations have dropped.  Listen to the story.

Budding gardener Treajan Jackson shows off some of the plants he helps cultivate.

Click on the video box below for a look at the greenhouse and courtyard featured in Rachel Ward's story on WXXI-AM 1370.

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