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Revisiting Detroit’s First “Agrihood” or Sustainable Urban Farm

I briefly heard about this farm years ago and wanted to check in on it

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A few years ago, I read about an acre or two being turned into an urban farm up in Detroit, MI. I read that it was growing food for the local community and thought it all sounded awesome! But I wanted to see if it was still a functioning…

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