African-American farmers in Alabama are finding ways to merge schools, communities and local government agencies to bring Black Belt produce to mainstream markets. Known as the Black Belt region due to the rich, black soil, this southern portion of Alabama is working with WalMart, Sodexo and Whole Foods to bring purple-hulled peas, sweet potatoes and watermelons to store shelves. Read more.
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