Pop Up Editorial at Planting Day at Sacred Heart: We Can Plant Healthier Communities

De-Bug was at Sacred Heart Community Service planting day where volunteers from La Mesa Verde, a project to provide families with organic gardens in their homes, are working to expand that access to more families across San Jose. Folks are advocating for the City of San Jose to implement SB 511 here, to allow community to grow vegetables on vacant lots. There are more than 500 lots eligible in San Jose to be used to bring healthy food to folks who may need it the most.

De-Bug is rolling out a new form of local journalism — we call them Pop Up Editorials. We are taking our editorial meetings outside of the building and into the community (events, bus stops, barbershops, wherever) to meet people where they’re at and have conversations about the important issues in their lives so they can produce media in the moment.

This article is part of the categories: Community  / Law & Justice  / Photo  / Politics 
This article is part of the tags: La Mesa Verde  / Sacred Heart  / SB551  / Urban Gardens 


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