CLEVELAND – In a neighborhood where there’s more check cashing places then grocery stores, there’s the Acy family and their garden.
“This is a food desert where the average corner store sells nothing but junk food,” said the father, Stephen Acy.
His wife, Erika Acy, started the idea of a community urban garden after tending to dozens of fresh pots in their backyard.
“It’s just something that’s been in me, it was passed down from my grandmother. It’s great, I love it,” she said.
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