Thursday, May 22, 2008

Leave it to Alex at PA Watercooler... scoop me, a born and bred Kenzo, on a story about Kensington, where my parent's still live, by the way. Way to go (!) on the Kenzo story!:

Amid the tightly packed row houses of North Philadelphia, a pioneering urban farm is providing fresh local food for a community that often lacks it, and making money in the process.

Greensgrow, a one-acre plot of raised beds and greenhouses on the site of a former steel-galvanizing factory, is turning a profit by selling its own vegetables and herbs as well as a range of produce from local growers, and by running a nursery selling plants and seedlings.

Read the rest here.

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