Federal funds help Chicago farmers markets grow

The United States Department of Agriculture is helping Chicago's farmers markets grow.

The United States Department of Agriculture is helping Chicago's farmers markets grow.

Nearly $90,000 will support the markets in the Pullman, Austin and Englewood communities.

The money supports access to healthy, locally-grown fruits and vegetables in areas known as "food deserts."

The city currently has 25 farmers markets and 15 of those accept Link cards.



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