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Video: If you plant it, they will grow

Healthy food accessibility intersects every aspect of social and economic prosperity in Milwaukee, and Margaret Mittelstadt has worked for years to connect local communities back to the farm in an effort to help the public rediscover what was lost in the modernization of agriculture and urbanization of daily life.

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