In support of sustainable living

Halleck, Leslie
September 2009
Garden Center Magazine;Sep2009, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p35
An interview with Leslie Halleck, general manager of North Haven Gardens in Dallas, Texas is presented. Lesli expects the popularity of vegetable gardening, which she considers to be a crucial component of a local sustainable food system to continue indefinitely. She believes that organic products and backyard chicken keeping are misunderstood and teaching customers the benefits and value of these products is the key.


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