At least six more microfarms will be constructed in and around Mansfield over the summer, which is part of a broader effort to combat food deserts. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Sidney Bonham tends to his plot of microgreens at the Mansfield campus of The Ohio State University. The project has been described as a “microfarm bootcamp” to teach the basics of urban gardening. (Photo: Monroe Trombly/News Journal) MANSFIELD – Around a dozen farmers, or rather, producers, harvested over a hundred pounds of produce Monday at the microfarm on the Mansfield campus of The Ohio State University. The bounty of microgreens and radishes will be given to YellowBird Foodshed, a community-supported agriculture (CSA) share program. The organization aggregates locally grown produce from farmers around the state and then sells it to customers along the I-71 corridor.  Monday’s harvest signified an important step in the expansion of a microfarm project that began in 2017 in an unused parking lot of the joint college campus. Where North Central State College once held its rib...