Cute goats. Rescued chickens. Sixty—yes, 60!—beehives.
David Young tends them all.
Young, a transplant from Indiana, now lives in New Orleans. He has managed to turn 30 neighborhood lots in the Lower Ninth Ward, abandoned after Katrina ravaged the region in 2005, into an urban food garden.
Last year, Young fed over 2500 pounds of food to his neighbors. Who says you have to live on a farm in the country to grow food?