Along two miles of Blount and Person Streets, linking diverse communities through local food.
The Food Corridor is connective tissue in our city, designed to link diverse parts of the city around the common economic, social, and ecological benefits of local food projects
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Compare the Corridor in scale to the National Mall, Central Park and Las Vegas Strip...
Through pop-up markets, city walks, urban farms, community gardens, food installations, local artisans and local businesses, Second Saturday is an all-day showcase of new and exciting food-related projects