Urban Farming as a Way to Create a More Global and Welcoming Indianapolis

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Cortnee Martin



A farm tended by refugees has popped up on the west side of Indianapolis. This piece highlights how it is helping a community on the fringes really keep their culture and traditions while also integrating into a new home. An interview with the farm’s creator is the main source of information about the project. A lifetime of human rights and international work has led her to this project that has been her best effort to assist a vulnerable population.

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Cortnee Martin



Cortnee Martin is a graduate student working on her MPA in Nonprofit Management and Sustainability. Her undergraduate work was in Political Science at Purdue University. She has worked at SPEA since 2007.