Dr. Sally Brown doesn’t need much of an introduction. You probably already read her Biocycle column like a dedicated fan, and check out her monthly Northwest Biosolids library write ups to see what the hot new research is. Many of you have worked with her for decades, and many more of you entered the biosolids world as her graduate student. Dr.
By Sally Brown, University of Washington
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Harvest Pierce County supports 82 community gardens representing over 15 acres of land, the majority of which use Tagro products to grow food for family, friends and food banks. Between the Farm program and the Garden program – 67,000 pounds of food was grown for donation to school cafeterias and food banks. That’s not counting all the food from the gleaning program harvested from fruit trees and farms. This is the kind of work that Kristen McIvor, Urban Agriculture and Local Access Program Director, gets to be a part of at Harvest Pierce County.