One UNC group’s growing concerns about on-campus gardening

By Alice Bennett

Amy Feng, a sophomore nutrition and philosophy major, plants radish seeds in the main Edible Campus garden. The organization has restructured planting days, requiring masks, social distancing, and smaller groups of volunteers. (Alice Bennett / Carolina Connection)

While some UNC organizations were forced to shut down their operations when classes moved online and campus closed, the team of students that maintains UNC’s food-bearing gardens continues to fight to keep their crops alive.

Alice Bennett has the story.


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