When the New Deal Made the Streets Bloom

Gray Brechin reminds the people of Berkeley of the days when the New Deal helped get the city through the Great Depression with millions of hours of free labor that, among other things, planted up the city’s streets with thousands of flowering fruit trees.  See the full article in The Berkeley Daily Planet, March 27, 2012.

Richard A Walker is the director of the Living New Deal.

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