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Food is Free: A Local Food Movement to Change Austin

Alexa Loken

A few years ago, when John VanDeusen Edwards – founder of neighborhood farm project Food Is Free – moved into his central Austin home, he wasn’t even a gardener yet. As he describes it, “I was living a double life, working as an insurance salesman during the day, then coming home to teach myself about growing food.”

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Really love this story. Would love to see John on good.is sharing his stories about Food is Free. Would love tips from him on how to start a neighborhood garden.