‘America’s food future in Cleveland’s struggling neighborhoods’

Morten Damm Krogh takes a firsthand look at food deserts and urban farming around Cleveland in a great read on the German Marshall Fund Blog. He features the work of Morgan Taggart of CFAES’s outreach arm, OSU Extension, who showed him around on his visit. “To be perfectly honest,” he writes, “I saw more of America’s food future in the struggling neighborhoods in East Cleveland than I did in the corn and soybean fields of Nebraska.” Krogh is a special adviser for Denmark’s Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and a fall 2014 European Marshall Memorial Fellow.

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