Oakland Avenue: Community Building through Good Food

Through a community garden and greenhouse, youth programs, a farmer’s market, and other designated community spaces, residents of this neighborhood are bonding together to create positive health and economic changes in their area.

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Detroit Eats: Oakland Avenue Farmers’ Market

“If you had faith even as small as a mustard seed, you could say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it would move. Nothing would be impossible.” While the verse is obviously speaking of spiritual faith, it is evident that Hebron has a compelling faith (most likely bigger than a mustard seed) in both the land and people of Oakland Avenue.”

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Urban Harvest: Detroit’s latest crop of farmers reveals the depth of the city’s soil and soul

Nestled deep in Detroit’s North End is an oasis that gives residents and visitors a feeling of belonging to something bigger. The grass roots community project marries agriculture, art, and education, and Jerry Ann Hebron and her husband, Bill, have dedicated their post-professional lives to giving back to a community that has meant so much to them.

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