South Africa Eats Green

| 2/5/2008 4:16:51 PM

Eking out a living from meager government pensions, grandmothers in poor suburban South African townships have staged a revolution. But while their cities were once hotbeds of anti-apartheid sentiment, this uprising is gentler. It involves growing vegetables. Supported by the environmental group Abalimi Bezekhaya, grandmothers have set up organic community farms, helping to feed their neighbors and gain some self-sufficiency. has a series of articles, photo galleries, and videos about the farms.

Brendan Mackie

3/9/2008 12:32:48 PM

I didnt understand a word you said. Try to exlain what everything means instead of throwing all of these hard words at us.

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