Day: June 2, 2011

Using Pro Bono to Grow Healthier Communities

Unhealthy eating habits and limited access to fresh food are an issue for many Americans.  While numerous projects to improve availability of affordable, nutritious food are taking place around the country, The PBEye just learned of a new initiative in our capital’s inner city. D.C.’s Common Good City Farm (CGCF) is an urban farm committed to providing fresh food and nutrition education to nearby low-income residents.  This May, Britain’s Prince Charles, a long-time supporter of sustainable food projects, paid a visit in recognition of CGCF’s good work and accomplishments! Ballard Spahr LLP* recently helped CGCF with land use and permitting

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