Roger Doiron

Founder and Director, Kitchen Gardeners International

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Founder and director of Kitchen Gardeners International, a nonprofit network of 17,000 gardeners that began a “lettuce-roots” campaign last year to "Eat the View" at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

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White House historians say first ladies are windows into America's cultural and social ideas, and while it's subtle, they have enormous power.

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