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Sacramentans of color are most interested in homegrown food but have few resources. These local gardeners want to change things.

By Manola Secaira | October 5, 2021 | CapRadio

There are plenty of reasons certain communities, often low-income communities and communities of color, might see bigger barriers in accessing fresh food, according to Brazelton. Many communities impacted by gentrification are forced to move out of their neighborhoods, some moving into smaller spaces where they have no space for gardening or in areas far from places where fresh food can be bought.

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