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Understanding the Hyperlocal Players

Understanding the Hyperlocal Players

The hyperlocal food movement is making it possible for communities to engage in taking control of their own food production, be it on an individual, community, or larger scale. Follow the link below for a highlight of innovative hyperlocal successes, including employing hydroponic technology to cut down on excess food miles.

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