Kinsman Urban Agriculture Project in Today’s Plain Dealer

Today’s edition of The Plain Dealer has an article with highlights from yesterday’s Urban Agriculture Innovation Zone press conference and a synopsis of The Ohio State University Extension Service’s six-acre pilot project to take root in Ward 5 in the spring.

Please click here to read the article, “New $1.1 million program to create urban farms in Cleveland’s Kinsman neighborhood.”

One Comment on “Kinsman Urban Agriculture Project in Today’s Plain Dealer”

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