Marc Garber, Host, WNYC News
Marc joined WNYC in 2006 after working most of the previous three decades in commercial radio, including at WQXR when it was still part of The New York Times Company.
New York, NY —
A project aimed at improving soil and bringing fresh food production to underserved communities launches in New York City Monday.
The nonprofit U-S Composting Council is coordinating the effort to grow a million tomatoes in one growing season.
The "Million Tomato Compost Campaign” connects compost donors with community gardens. In the South Bronx, The Wanaqua Family Garden in Mott Haven and Via Verde's Rooftop will get shares of thousands of pounds of compost.
Also expecting delivery, Susan E. Wagner High School on Staten Island and the Culinary Kids Garden in Far Rockaway, which was destroyed by Sandy.