Nicholas Toney, a sophomore at the University of the District of Columbia, waters container-grown edamame in the university’s roof garden.
Nicholas Toney, a sophomore at the University of the District of Columbia, waters container-grown edamame in the university’s roof garden. ADRIAN HIGGINS THE WASHINGTON POST
Nicholas Toney, a sophomore at the University of the District of Columbia, waters container-grown edamame in the university’s roof garden. ADRIAN HIGGINS THE WASHINGTON POST

Gardening: Higher education on a university roof

September 25, 2015 10:40 PM

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