Here’s where an ecological farm could be coming to Pomona

Cal Poly Pomona Professor Teresa Bidart shares support for using city-owned property to develop Pomona’s first ECOFARM.

“Food justice projects like the ECOFARM are critical because they help to ensure residents have the opportunities to consume fresh, healthy, organic food,” Bidart said.

“It presents a unique opportunity to nourish community empowerment within Pomona while simultaneously give some residents the opportunity to produce their own fruits and vegetables.”

This article was found in the Daily Bulletin on December 29.