LET A THOUSAND FLOWERS BLOOM. Baltimore Dining Director Tony Geraci (above) uses a historic nearby farm as a learning tool to expose city kids to what real food is and where it comes from. Photo: Nicholas McIntosh Kids digging in the soil and getting their hands dirty on a warm early fall day. That used to be a common sight in America, and may still be in some parts of the country. But certainly not in inner-city Baltimore, where kids are much more likely to be hanging around ...
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