Saturday, February 26, 2011
Here in Montgomery, Ala we've begun a strong move toward implementing an urban agriculture program with the soon to open Hampstead Institute Downtown Farm.
A myriad of regulatory issues seem to inhibit urban ag. Fortunately, we had a strong municipal buy-in and SmartCode to help alleviate those hurdles. A good thing because this is a noble cause.
Reclaiming abandoned brownfields and asphalt dead zones to produce sustenance.
Check out this website to learn more...
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