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Californian ‘One Planet’ Development Planned Around Urban Farm Reaps First Harvest

The first American housing project that puts an urban farm intentionally in the centre of a community has begun to win awards and serve its first harvest. It is billed as California's first farm-to-table new home community and aims to become a state-of-the-art sustainable urban farming showcase.
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