Penticton plays matchmaker between landowners and gardeners
Are you a homeowner who just doesn't have time to tend to a garden? Or, do you live in an apartment building but have always dreamed of a place to grow tomatoes?
A new trend is emerging in Penticton, that caters to both; people are swapping land... for food.
To get a better understanding of all this, Daybreak host Chris Walker reached Eva Durance, chair of the Penticton Urban Agriculture Association and Julia Valeni, a Penticton homeowner who's eager to have her land made into a veggie patch.
If you're interested in joining their Land 4 Food program, contact Eva through their website or at email@example.com
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