Phoenix grant transforms contaminated properties

The city of Phoenix received a grant to clean up contaminated properties called Brownfields. One property cleaned up has gone from a Brownfield to a Healthfield, with a food hub, demonstration farm, farm stand and agricultural training facility for veterans and developmentally disabled adults now located on the land. Rosanna Albright, program manager of the Phoenix Brownfields Program, and Paris Masek, president of Green on Purpose, an organization that distributes fresh, locally produced food, will tell us more about the project.

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Rosanna Albright: Program Manager, Phoenix Brownsfields Program
Paris Masek: President, Green On Purpose

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