How One Boston Neighborhood Stopped Gentrification in Its Tracks

The nonprofit Urban Farming Institute of Boston graduated seven farmers from its training program last year. Eight more are graduating this year. “Amassing land for our farm is a first priority,” says Executive Director Patricia Spence, far right. Photo by Paul Dunn.

 

YES! Magazine posted on its website the article I wrote about community land trusts for its Winter 2015 issue. See it here:

http://www.yesmagazine.org/issues/cities-are-now/how-one-boston-neighborhood-stopped-gentrification-in-its-tracks

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