Unpacking Community Gardens and Urban Farming with Bluelight Junction and Gardopia Gardens
This week on Unpacking Ethical, we chat with Kenya Miles of Bluelight Junction and Stephen Lucke of Gardopia Gardens to unpack community gardens and urban farming.
In this episode:
• Kenya and Stephen share their origin stories.
• We talk about the impact and need for fresh, local food.
• We discuss urban farming and community gardens as venues for mitigating crime.
Learn more about Gardopia Gardens:
Katie is the founder and editor-in-chief of ESJ, a fashion magazine promoting ethical and sustainable fashion to inspire readers to shop more consciously. http://ethicalstylejournal.com
Sharmon is a scientist, writer/editor, stylist, the Founder of Blessed Designs, Chair of Fashion Sustainability with the Texas Fashion Industry Initiative, and the President of the Ethical Network of San Antonio. As an ethical fashion advocate, she encourages others to live intentionally sustainable lives while amplifying small businesses. She is specifically interested in the intersections of environmentalism, fashion, and Black and Brown communities. https://linktr.ee/salebby
Artwork by Destiny Darcel
Music “Street Knowledge” by Bosnow
Produced by Sharmon Lebby & Katie
This episode was edited by Katie
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