★ Cultivating community good with Cameron Terry of Garden Variety Harvests (Podcast 2.6)


Urban gardener Cameron Terry began Garden Variety Harvests in 2017. The businesses borrows other people’s land to grow fresh produce for the Roanoke market. In this episode of the podcast, Cam talks with Douglas Jackson about books that continue to shape the strategy and spirit with which he’s connecting local residents with local food.

There’s a real social mission behind this enterprise, and through collaborative and intentional strategies, Terry says it can make a difference. “I’m the kind of person, this small farm operation,” he says, “who’s going to be responsible for changing how our food system works and making it so that everyone can eat at that table.”

Hear more about equity, local food, and the books that inspire this City Builder increasing access to healthy food in the city.



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★ Check out the other guests from the first two seasons on the Podcast landing page.
★ Subscribe to the BOOK CITY ★ Roanoke podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.
★ The BOOK CITY Roanoke Podcast is sponsored by Book No Further, Puttin’ Ideas in Your Head since 2017.



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