EPRA has gotten two shout-outs in the news this month! First, co-founder Haile Johnston was featured in Aetna’s 2014 African American history calendar for the work he and Tatiana Garcia-Granados do connecting healthy, fresh food to city neighborhoods through their work with Common Market and EPRA. Check it out here!
Then, we were mentioned in the Daily News for our work across from Strawberry Mansion High School creating a vegetable garden with community members, partners, and the school. The article is a great account of the partnerships and community-wide work that saved the High School from closure last season: read on here.