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Macon resident Danny Glover discusses a $500,000 grant that will support bring the agrihood concept to a Macon neighborhood. The plan includes turning blighted properties into community gardens and farmland, aimed it bringing better access to quality food. Stanley Dunlap The Telegraph

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