There is a fresh food revolution that’s happening around America. It’s not just in rural areas or the suburbs, it’s happening in our urban cities, our neighborhoods and our own backyards. Urban farming has evolved out of the basic need that every person should have access to fresh fruits and vegetables. Urban gardens create opportunities to involve the community and they help reduce the risk of conditions like heart disease, obesity, diabetes and more. Andrea Williams discusses the growth of urban farming with the Executive Director of Alice’s Garden, Ms. Venice Williams.