Daybreak South | Apr 19, 2013 | 5:54

    Campus promotes food forest

    A one hectare piece of land on Vernon's Okanagan college campus is being used as a food forest. Chris Walker speaks with Jane Lister and Wendy Aesen from the college and Patchwork Farms

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