Grow Up! Views on Growing a Group, Growing a Garden, and Growing Up in America - June 24, 2013

Chandler Wilson, a student in the Columbus Medical Association Foundation's Youth Advisory Council (YAC), talks about why using social media and other digital tools are important and helpful for philanthropy groups seeking advocates and donors. Then, host Anna Siriano sits down with April Calkovsky, the leader of the NECKO community garden, which was built for a community of people with disabilities, as well as their neighbors. Later, she also talks to Britany Hoeffer, leader of the Summit community garden, and two boys who have been helping at the garden for a couple of years. In the final segment, Youth Beat reporter Bridgette Kreuz talks to Brenda, an OSU student, to find out what kind of difficulties she and her family have faced as Mexican-Americans.