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How Chicago communities can tackle soil pollution to safely grow food

Volunteers at La Villita Park Farm

Yasmin Ruiz

How Chicago communities can tackle soil pollution to safely grow food

For decades, the Little Village Environmental Justice Organization fought to clean an industrial site and to transform that space into a park. Now, efforts to build a community farm are underway.

Reset learns more about the project and how communities can test and heal their soil.

GUESTS: Nateo Carreño, farm manager of La Villita Park Farm

Akilah Martin, soil scientist and coach at AM Root Builders

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