Food justice, says Adam Brock, project manager for the GrowHaus, a non-profit urban farm and market in Denver’s Elyria-Swansea neighborhood, is about “making good, clean, fair food accessible to everyone, not just people who can afford to shop at Whole Foods.” This zinger seems especially relevant for denizens of Elyria-Swansea — the largest “food desert” in Denver, with the nearest full-service grocery store 2.8 miles away. “If it’s not affordable or accessible to the communities that need it most,” Brock continues, “to people living in low-income areas in cities and suburbs, it’s not going to be that transformative to our city... More >>>