Baltimore Farm Teaches Adults How To Grow Their Own Food

Baltimore Farm Teaches Adults How To Grow Their Own Food

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- With the pandemic keeping many of us cooped up, it is probably a good time to learn how to cook.

- And one Baltimore group is making sure people have the right ingredients to do just that. Spread out across eight acres of land at Clifton Park is an urban farm. It grows fresh fruits and vegetables for Baltimore families. Now, with different partnerships, Civil Works Real Food Farm also teaches adults how to farm and how to harvest crops.

GWEN COKES: When people have direct connection with the earth and with their food, they can't help but eat it and to be reminded of how to stay healthy.

- The goal is to nourish the body and the mind. Over the past year, the group has focused on delivering over 800 boxes of fresh fruit a month or food, that is, to a vulnerable population.