Providence’s urban farm initiative lands $100K

THE CITY OF PROVIDENCE landed a combined $100,000 from The Rhode Island Foundation and the Local Sustainability Match Fund for its urban farming initiative: Lots of Hope. / COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS/ANATOLI LVOV
THE CITY OF PROVIDENCE landed a combined $100,000 from The Rhode Island Foundation and the Local Sustainability Match Fund for its urban farming initiative: Lots of Hope. / COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS/ANATOLI LVOV
PROVIDENCE – Lots of Hope, an environmental initiative to transform vacant city-owned lots in Providence into urban farms, was awarded a combined $100,000 by The Rhode Island Foundation and Florida-based Local Sustainability Matching Fund. “Lots of Hope is an innovative new program that will help to build a more sustainable and healthy city for years…

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