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  • Homestead Hospital is growing food to heal patients

    About three years ago, Homestead Hospital set aside 10 acres of unused land adjacent to its site on Campbell Drive and Southwest 147th Avenue. Every year the hospital grows thousands of pounds of produce and serves it up to its patients.

About three years ago, Homestead Hospital set aside 10 acres of unused land adjacent to its site on Campbell Drive and Southwest 147th Avenue. Every year the hospital grows thousands of pounds of produce and serves it up to its patients. José A. Iglesias Miami Herald
About three years ago, Homestead Hospital set aside 10 acres of unused land adjacent to its site on Campbell Drive and Southwest 147th Avenue. Every year the hospital grows thousands of pounds of produce and serves it up to its patients. José A. Iglesias Miami Herald

This hospital grows its own food, then serves it to patients

June 30, 2017 1:16 PM