By The Bakersfield Californian
With spring coming soon, I think it's vital that the community start planning gardens in their homes and around the community. What better way to get food: From your own garden, without all the chemicals. I strongly believe people can give up two hours of their time on a weekly basis to build gardens that will feed their families. I also think public schools should encourage this; not only will people eat and feel better, but they will interact with each other and communicate.
It may seem like a lot of work, but I would rather eat healthy than face health complications in the future. Plus, I think maintaining a garden is therapeutic.