Check worthwhile nice news about an ongoing movement for sustainability and more productive land use in the urban core. At the very least, this work is more fruitful and satisfying than trying to flip houses that nobody wants . . . Or can afford.
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If all the grocery stores ran out of food and closed, how would you eat? It's a question countless people asked as grocery store shelves sat empty at the beginning of the pandemic. Although it was formed in 2016, before most people gave thought to a pandemic, Kansas City Urban Farmers Co-op (KCUFC) was built for a time like this.