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Urban agriculture blooming in Chicago

 StreetWise - USA 03 September 2019

Urban agriculture is taking root in Englewood, nearly a year after a new Chicago City Council gave both commercial farms and privately run community gardens the go ahead. (1937 Words) - By Suzanne Hanney and Ryan Herzog


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This “after” photo of the Hermitage Street Garden shows what $25 for seeds and raised beds can do for productive community spirit.Photo: Openlands

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Growing Home’s Wood Street farm, in operation since 2007, is an example of the commercial portion of the new city ordinance.Photo: Growing Home

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