1 November 2013, Inhabitat, Lori Zimmer -- "Hantz Woodland has bought 150 acres of land that will be transformed into the world's largest urban farm.
Hundreds of vacant lots in Detroit, Michigan will soon be transformed into the world’s largest urban farm. Governor Rick Snyder has just approved the plan proposed by a private company that has bought up 150 acres of land. Hantz Woodlands will turn the sites into workable farmland to produce fresh food for the Detroit area. ...
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