November 4th, 2009 by Admin
Originally posted by The Washington Times on Wednesday, November 4, 2009.
By Christopher Gergen and Aaaron K. Chatterji
Across our city landscapes, an age-old idea is redefining community development. From Detroit to Durham, N.C., the concept of “urban farming” is becoming common among urban planners and social entrepreneurs. The goal of urban farming initiatives is to take vacant plots of land in underused parts of our cities and convert them into productive farms. (Read More…)