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Detroit's getting a new "Agrihood," looks to transform neighborhood through sustainability

This latest project in Detroit’s North End ties neighborhood growth along with agriculture. One of the more interesting storylines in Detroit’s transformation has been the rise of urban agriculture. The variety of uses of land across the city — and what is going to happen to them long term — is constantly evolving. Totaling about three acres and nestled in a neighborhood among vacant land, occupied and abandoned homes, The Michigan Urban Farming Initiative (MUFI) urban “agrihood” as they cal...

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