New York's floating food forest raises awareness of food shortage

A floating food forest is making its way around the rivers of New York City.

    A floating food forest is making its way around the rivers of New York City.

    The barge is loaded with fruit and vegetables that are free to harvest.

    It is hoped the project will help address the issue of food insecurity across the US.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from New York.


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