Are neighborhood farms coming to your area?

Are neighborhood farms coming to your area?

Could new subdivisions start including farms as part of the amenities? Farmer D says yes! Sarah McColl for TakePart interviewed Daron "Farmer D" Joffe about "agrihoods". Farmer D says that integrating farms into communities is part of building a sustainable neighborhood. He believes that by dedicating more resources and communicating the benefits to developers, community agriculture could be a reality in many areas.

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