U-M Looking to Grow Research Data — and Lettuce — with Addition of Freight Farm to Campus Farm

U-M’s Freight Farm, located at the Campus Farm.
A variety of lettuce growing within the Freight Farm’s vertical columns.
Jocelyn Marchyok, sustainability intern, showing off plant seedlings that will be moved to the vertical columns.
Marchyok with the farm’s second harvest of lettuce.

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