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Beacon Hill’s Food Forest Seeding Change in the World

by Chetanya Robinson

Kenji Nakagawa fell in love with the Beacon Food Forest when it was still a distant vision, deeply rooted in people’s imaginations rather than the soil. On a Saturday in mid-April 2013, Nakagawa was set on visiting his mother in Beacon Hill. But five blocks before arriving at her home, he met a group busily working on a grassy slope of Jefferson Park’s western edge. Continue reading Beacon Hill’s Food Forest Seeding Change in the World