Flanner House established its 2.5 acre Flanner Farm to address the rapid food scarcity in the area. The farm provides healthy, affordable, culturally appropriate produce to those who need it most, while becoming food secure and self-sufficient in the process. This growing season, irrigation systems have been installed and seeds have been planted for purple kale, rainbow chard, purple mustard greens and more!
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