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  • Take a look around Columbus's first contemporary urban farm

    Elijah's Farm, started by Sharayah Davis, is Columbus's first contemporary urban farm; they should be having their first harvest this summer. "My vision for my city is for nobody to be without food," Sharayah Davis said.

Elijah's Farm, started by Sharayah Davis, is Columbus's first contemporary urban farm; they should be having their first harvest this summer. "My vision for my city is for nobody to be without food," Sharayah Davis said. Ellen Thommesen Contributed
Elijah's Farm, started by Sharayah Davis, is Columbus's first contemporary urban farm; they should be having their first harvest this summer. "My vision for my city is for nobody to be without food," Sharayah Davis said. Ellen Thommesen Contributed

Her Korean grandmother taught her to love the soil, now she’s starting a farm

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