PRLog - Sep. 27, 2012 - CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The mission to get nutritionally densed foods to people living in areas where access to chemical-free food options is the challenge that pushes a certain farmer's vision to bring awareness to her Charlotte nonprofit organization. Robin Emmons, founder and executive director of Sow Much Good, Inc., will appear on WGIV's Healthy Home Hour with Host Holli Adams on Sept. 29 at 9:00 a.m.
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The Healthy Home Hour is the perfect setting to discuss health disparities, nutrition and to shine a light on food desert communities which contain over 73,000 people in Charlotte-Mecklenburg alone.
The goal of Sow Much Good is to promote social justice through food and nutrition. Emmons has increased access, solutions, education and awareness of health disparities and nutrition’s in the city and county through mobile farm stands, classes and the Grow Your Own Program.
“Healthy Home Hour” (http://www.healthyhomemkt.com) is a weekly radio show sponsor by Healthy Home Market, a locally owned grocery store that sells locally grown food. The show's goal is to inform families about health and wellness.
Tune into WGIV by turning your radio dials to 103.3FM or 1370AM. Listeners can call to speak directly to Robin while on air: 704-553-1370.
For more information about Robin's Healthy Home Hour appearance or about Sow Much Good, please contact Denada Jackson at email@example.com or 704-957-1447.