Saturday, October 10, 2020

Kansas City Urban Farm Renaissance Cont'd

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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KC's Urban Farmers: Doing it in the Dirt and in the Water

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.

4 comments:

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Good for them. When the worst things happen, at least they know they won’t starve

Anonymous said...

Ghetto farming. It could work if they don't get shot lol

Anonymous said...

They do know that they they can't fried chicken don't they?

Anonymous said...

deep down they know they will eventually have to bring in mexican migrant workers to help with the tree harvest.