Ulrich, Carolyn
May 2009
Chicagoland Gardening;May2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p4
The author offers her views on the return of U.S. citizens to vegetable gardening during an economic downturn. She reports that a vegetable garden is being started by the First Family at the White House, with First Lady Michelle Obama doing her bit to dig out the lawn. The author hopes that citizens' desire for safe and non-adulterated food will mark a turning point in the way they live.


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