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Tandra

Location:

Saint Louis, MO

Member since:

March 1, 2013

What do you see as the most unsustainable element in today's society?

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What do you think we can do to fix that problem?

Urban gardens contribute to a more sustainable local food system. They also bring people together building communities and a sense of place and belonging.

Introduction

Hi, my name is Tandra, and I am a native East St. Louisan. I am relocating to St.Louis from Georgia where I have live for 10 years. I studied Heritage Preservation at Georgia State University and became interested in urban gardening.


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