Tuesday, January 5, 2010
The popular press has reported recently on the plans of Detroit financier John R. Hantz to create the world's largest urban farm in Detroit, using vacant and blighted land on which to build the project. The primary purpose of the farm will be to grow local fruit and vegetables for local consumption--something needed in a city without a single national grocery chain within its city limits and where supply of such foods is lacking. Click here to learn more. I'll be sharing with you related legal issues in upcoming weeks.
Charleston School of Law